Save a copy of an open Word 2007 document.

Posted on 2012-08-21
Last Modified: 2012-08-21
I am using but it does not matter which language (eg. VBA C#) you post in.

I am creating some code which takes a currently open document and saves a copy in another folder.  Assuming you have an instance of the currently open Word.Document object how do you create a copy of this?

One thing I have noticed.  If the user has not saved the document for example it is still named "Document1" the FullPath property of the Word Document is not complete and only shows the name.
Question by:darbid73
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    As always, you spend hours looking and testing, then you take the time to post.

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    Found the solution myself

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