I have an interface that lets users build an SQL string (via text boxes, list boxes, etc.) that is used to launch forms and reports. I want to use this string to launch the MS mail merge wizard (Tools/OfficeLinks/Merge it with MS Word) and have it use my SQL string or a query def.
The command to run the wizard seems to be:
1. I can't get it to work
2. It doesn't have a parameter to specify the SQL or table name.
Any other ideas?
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