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Updating a Word Document and Rewriting it

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Using ColdFusion MX, I would like to be able to open a Word Doc, replace a few pieces of text, and then write the "new" updated text into a new word doc.  Basically I use a Word doc as a template.  I replace some variables in that doc and then I need to create a new doc.  I am able to do all of this thus far, however, the new Word doc that I write to is unreadable.  How can I replace these variables and still maintain the formating needed for Word to read the document correctly?

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