An opener file can be a bit more clever and can have embedded account logon details so the user is not challenged for authentication.
It can also close itself.
a desktop URL generally opens a browser first and leaves it open.
A URL can be embedded as a link in an email or be part of a word doc etc...
(LOL... I suppose you say "earl" being a NZ'er... whereas we in OZ call it a "U.R.L.". Are there any other variations out there?)
Thanks for your answer...No URL is what we say..well myself anyway.
So URL can be used remotely ah..
Could you give me an example of what one would look like. Address I mean.. Im using FM12
I'll send you something privately