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How to retreive single page content in VBA MS-Word2007

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I have the necessity to create from a .DOC file, for each page in it, a page.html
I explain better, for each page in the .DOC document I need to create a single HTML document.
from A.doc -> to -> Apage1.html, Apage2.html, Apage3.html
All this with VBA.
How can I do?
Thanks.
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Hi. bobdylan75.  

Try this.
Sub SavePages()

    Dim wrdDoc1 As Word.Document, _

        wrdDoc2 As Word.Document, _

        wrdRange As Word.Range, _

        intPages As Integer

    Set wrdDoc1 = ActiveDocument

    On Error Resume Next

    For intPages = 1 To ActiveDocument.ActiveWindow.Panes(1).Pages.Count

        Set wrdRange = ActiveDocument.Range

        Selection.GoTo wdGoToPage, wdGoToAbsolute, intPages

        Set wrdRange = ActiveDocument.Bookmarks("\Page").Range

        wrdRange.Copy

        Set wrdDoc2 = Application.Documents.Add

        wrdDoc2.Range.Paste

        wrdDoc2.SaveAs wrdDoc1.Name & "-Page" & intPages & ".html", wdFormatHTML

        wrdDoc2.Close

        Set wrdDoc2 = Nothing

    Next

End Sub

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by:bobdylan75
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You are not a sage, you are something like a cyber-god!
thank you!
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LOL!  Thanks and you're welcome.
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