I am using the following statement to save the MS Word 2013 document after I updated a value in a bookmark. This is being done with VBA
If ActiveDocument.Saved = False Then ActiveDocument.Save
A Save As dialogue box pops open rather than saving the document, when I click on the Save button in the dialogue box the Save As dialogue box pops open again and the document is not saved.
The code works correctly on the development machine but not on the machine I want the code to run on. Both machine are running Office 2013 and Windows 7. The problem is not a permissions problem, I changed the permissions to allow everyone to do everything just to check.
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Navigate to the “Start Mail Merge” button in the Mailings tab:
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