Argh ... it's been too long since I programmed!
I have a Word form and need to copy info entered in a VBA Textbox (say, ClientName) to various places in the document (say, each page). I have added bookmarks where I need it copied to and named them ClientName1, ClientName2, ClientName3, and so on.
So, I need a function that goes through the document looking for ClientName bookmarks, and replacing them with the text from ClientName. I've already stolen--er, was inspired by--Dreamboat's code to replace bookmarks (following), but am having difficulty combining it with the looping functionality.
A nice-to-have: since I'll be naming my VBA TextBoxes the same as my bookmarks, I'd like to not hardcode the textbox name -- I can just grab the name of the current textbox and add 1, 2, 3, etc. to it. Therefore, I picture calling the function by merely typing something like PopulateItFunction Me, Me.Value
Am I dreaming?
Dreamboat's bookmark replacement code:
Sub UpdateBookmark(BookmarkToUpdate As String, TextToUse As String)
Dim BMRange As Range
Set BMRange = ActiveDocument.Bookmarks(BookmarkToUpdate).Range
BMRange.Text = TextToUse
ActiveDocument.Bookmarks.Add BookmarkToUpdate, BMRange