Display ReadMe .doc from CommandButton??

gene_sc

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Hi
I am trying to display a ReadMe.doc file using a commandbutton on a userform. I can open Word and a blank document, but opening the readme file has got me stumped(newbe here).
thanks
regards
gene
 

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gene_sc

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Hi JuanWhat I am trying to is ... in Excel I have a userform that runs a few macros. I want to open word(or Notepad-either is fine) to display a readme file(with paths to saved files ect)from a command button
thanks
regards
gene
 
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