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I have write some text in Word docuemnt using range object. After this I had added a table in to that docuement.  And again inserted some text. But the table is reside at end of docuemnt. why?
How I can insert a table in a Word document?
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Question by:Dhanish
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Dim wdApp As New Word.Application
Dim wdDoc As New Word.Document
Dim wdTable As Word.Table
Dim saveas As String

wdApp.Visible = True
Set wdDoc = wdApp.Documents.Add

With wdApp.Selection
    .ParagraphFormat.Alignment = Word.WdParagraphAlignment.wdAlignParagraphCenter
    .TypeText ("TIME OFF REQUEST FORM")
    .ParagraphFormat.Alignment = Word.WdParagraphAlignment.wdAlignParagraphLeft

    Set wdTable = wdDoc.Tables.Add(Range:=.Range, NumRows:=2, NumColumns:=4)


' change the layout of the table
    with wdTable
                .Borders.Enable = True
                .Cell(1, 1).Range.Font.Bold = True
                .Cell(1, 1).Width = wdApp.InchesToPoints(0.75)
                .Cell(1, 1).Range.Text = "Date:"
                .Cell(1, 2).Range.Font.Bold = False
                .Cell(1, 2).Width = wdApp.InchesToPoints(2)
                .Cell(1, 2).Range.Text = date1.Text
                .Cell(1, 3).Range.Font.Bold = True
                .Cell(1, 3).Width = wdApp.InchesToPoints(0.75)
                .Cell(1, 3).Range.Text = "Name:"
                .Cell(1, 4).Range.Font.Bold = False
                .Cell(1, 4).Width = wdApp.InchesToPoints(2)
                .Cell(1, 4).Range.Text = Name1.Text
                .Cell(2, 1).Range.Font.Bold = True
                .Cell(2, 1).Width = wdApp.InchesToPoints(0.75)
                .Cell(2, 1).Range.Text = "Dept:"
                .Cell(2, 2).Range.Font.Bold = False
                .Cell(2, 2).Width = wdApp.InchesToPoints(2)
                .Cell(2, 2).Range.Text = TextBox3.Text
                .Cell(2, 3).Width = wdApp.InchesToPoints(0.75)
                .Cell(2, 3).Range.Font.Bold = True
                .Cell(2, 3).Range.Text = "Location:"
                .Cell(2, 4).Range.Font.Bold = False
                .Cell(2, 4).Width = wdApp.InchesToPoints(2)
                .Cell(2, 4).Range.Text = TextBox5.Text
          ...
end with
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The reason of this is that, when the table is drawn, the cursor resides at the first cell of the table. What u need to do is.. get the cursor end of that table and get the cursor to the next line to the table and start writing. By this way ur table will remain at the proper position.
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