Using Insert in Word 2003 not bringing up TRIM 7.1 dialog box, but works in TRIM 6.2.1
We are in the midst of testing TRIM 7.1 in a development environment in our organisation. One of our testers has raised this issue:
Under TRIM 6.2.1 and Word 2003, selecting Insert (to insert a picture or another document) will bring up a TRIM window to select a record to insert from. So all good here.
However under TRIM 7.1, selecting Insert in Word 2003 brings up the usual Windows Explorer to select a file from any given hard drive or network drive, rather than a TRIM window. It is like the integration isn't reaching to that level in 7.1 whereas 6.2.1 did.
Has anyone else experienced this issue, and any clues as to how it can be fixed? Is this a bug in 7.1??
Re: Using Insert in Word 2003 not bringing up TRIM 7.1 dialog box, but works in TRIM 6.2.1
I could be wrong here, but since ODMA was dropped in 2010 the TRIM 7.1 integration no longer supports any of the standard ODMA interfaces. Clicking Insert FIle will take you to your disk drive and not the TRIM integration.
I get the feeling this is a problem in word's ODMA implementation. The menus work, the save and open toolbar buttons work, cntrl-s and ctrl-o and VB methods like Save() don't cause the TRIM integration dialogs to pop up - instead I see a standard file open/save dialog.
How can this work for TRIM 6.2.2 and not TRIM 7.1? The KM says it's a microsoft issue, but it doesn't appear to have affected previous versions of TRIM.