I've created a procedure to insert text boxes and other controls from the form into a Word document using bookmarks. So far so good but the form also allows the user to select from a list. These are added into another table.
In the Word document, it's displayed as
I never know how many items are going to be selected so I can't use bookmarks. Any suggestions?
Also, does anyone know of any good links/books on how to interact Access and Word?
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