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Dear experts,

Need a macro which can perform the following

Brief:    In the spreadsheet sheet'outputsheet' in row 1 I have provided the headers, which appear on the word document in several location with in a page
Adjacent to the header title appearing on the word document, there is text which is the field value for the header
Headers are highlighted in the yellow and the value for the record (record here refers to pages) is highlighted in red


So I need a macro which can perform the following

1. Look up the header in the sheet 'outputsheet' row1 and then search for the same in the word document
2. Copy the field value and paste the value in row 2 under the same header
3. Repeat the excercise for every column header as appearing in sheet 'outputsheet'
4. The cells in sheet 'outputsheet' is formatted for wrapp text, hence irrespective of the length of the record the cell should be able to capture the value in the doucment for the header.


Kindly help.
sample-word-to-excel.docx
Sample-word-to-excel.xlsx
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I'm not sure if it is possible. It looks like pure quality OCR text. If you look at your sample, you can find similar, but not same fields:
T yp e  o f t ra de m ark:
and
T yp e  o f t ra de S ark:

May be you can rerecognize this text? Try to use advanced tools like ABBYY Finereader.
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