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generatting formatted word file in vb6

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hi all,
i would like to generate a word document with all formatting like font formatting and creation of tables.. i think macros are avail to do that.. as i was unfamiliar with it can any one help me ... using macro or suggest me any othe way to do that
thanks in advance
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If you want to generate many similarly formatted documents, you might want to consider creating a template.

Macros are what Word developers call bits of VBA code. VBA code can manipulate most Word objects using the Word Object model. A good place to start is to record macros in Word (Tools/Macro/Record New Macro). Though such recorded macros do have their problems, you can learn a lot by studying the code produced. You can toggle to the VBA editor form the application interface with ALT + F11

In VB6, you can use more-or less the same code as in VBA, so you could copy and paste the code.
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