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VB6 and MsWord

HI Guys,

looking for a snippet of code which demonstrates:

1. locating a bookmark in a word document
2. replacing that bookmark with a table (any table for the purposes of an example) with a font of 9pts.


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This snippet assumes the document object variable (doc) has already been set
Dim tbl As Word.Table

With doc
    Set tbl = .Tables.Add(.Bookmarks("bmkTable").Range, 5, 3)
    tbl.Range.Font.Size = 9
End With

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