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How to Paste a Table with Word Automation

Posted on 2009-05-08
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I am doing Word (2003) automation. In my app, I have two documents open. Doc1 contains this string: **SOURCEINFO**.

Doc2 is a document that contains formatted text and multiple tables.

I want to replace the string **SOURCEINFO** in Doc1 with the entirety of Doc2.

Can you show me the best way that preserves all the formatting in Doc2?
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by:Joanne M. Orzech
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I'm not quite sure I understand your question completely - what type of automation are you talking about?  VB?  

Or you could always use the INCLUDETEXT field code....
http://daiya.mvps.org/includetext.htm
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by:AIBMass
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I am talking about Office automation in VB.Net

Dim Word as application, etc.....


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