Make up MS Word Document from Access 2003

Posted on 2006-05-02
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I wish to do the following in code:
Create a new MS Word document file then insert an existing MS Word document that contains a report introduction to the new MS Word file. I then want to insert or add an Access report that has been saved in Rich Text Format (rtf)  to the end of the MS Word text.  Here is a recap:

1 - Create new blank MS Word Document (Report.doc)
2 - Open / Add existing MS Word document (ReportIntro.doc)  to blank MS Word document
3 - Add one or more blank lines to Report.doc
4 - Add existing Access report (ReportBody.rtf) saved in rtf to end of Report.doc
5 - close all files


Question by:DavidDF1913
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    Thank you for the link but it appears to be in German. Do you have an English version?

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    It is made in Access Dutch version.
    If you create a new Access db and import all the items it should work fine.


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    That is perfect!  Thank you.


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