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Export in Word: Textmark doesn't exist

Posted on 2003-10-21
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I do have a form with a button to export adress into a word.dot. opening the .dot works all fine. but by placing "Name" into the word-textmark "Name", i get an error saying, that the textmark does not exist. what is wrong on my code?

 oApp.Documents.Add Template:="X:\Vorlagen\Accessbrief.dot", NewTemplate:=False, DocumentType:=0
   
    'zu Textmarke springen und Namen einfügen
   
    Set Bereich = oApp.ActiveDocument.GoTo(What:=GotoBookmark, Name:="name")
    Bereich.InsertAfter Forms!Adressanzeige!name

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by:Ashen_Shugar
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Have you tried renaming the TextMark in case Name is a reserved word?




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by:ColumA
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Yes, Stephen, have tried several txtmarkwords.
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by:Paurths
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hi, what happens if u give it a try like this:

Set Bereich = oApp.ActiveDocument.GoTo("name").Range
Bereich.InsertAfter Forms!Adressanzeige!name
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by:ColumA
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Hi Paurths

With your solution, I get runtime-error 4120 "Wrong Parameter".

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oops... made an error, sorry
"GoTo" should be replaced by "Bookmarks"

try this


Set Bereich = oApp.ActiveDocument.Bookmarks("name").Range
Bereich.InsertAfter Forms!Adressanzeige!name
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by:ColumA
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gotcha. thank you Paurths.

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