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Copy one field to the next in Microsoft Word

Posted on 2007-03-29
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If I have two text fields in Word.  I am trying to copy one text form field to the other using the following macro with no success:

With ActiveDocument
.FormFields("Text3").Result = .FormFields("Text55").Result
End With

Any ideas?
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Could you have the fields in the wrong order?
FormFields("Text55").Result = .FormFields("Text3").Result
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