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Word user forum on infinite documents

Posted on 2014-10-11
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I have a user forum made that puts the input into a pre-made document template with bookmarks.  The problem is it only does one page.  Is there a way to fire the user forum until done an make a new page accordingly? . The ultimate goal is it have a multi page document from 1 to many. Where each page I formated the same but with different input data.  Thanks.
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Question by:bbimis
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by:GrahamSkan
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You could append a further 'page' from the template.

However the bookmark names will be the same. This means that the original bookmarks will be kept and new ones will not appear. For this reason the existing bookmarks whould be removed prior to the new block being added.    
Dim bmk As Bookmark
    
    For Each bmk In ActiveDocument.Bookmarks
        bmk.Delete
    Next bmk
    ActiveDocument.Bookmarks("\EndOfDoc").Range.InsertFile "Bookmarks.dotx"

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by:aikimark
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please post before and after documents
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by:bbimis
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Graham, so will the new bookmarks be put on the new page?
so I can call the user form again and continue inputting data on a new page?
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If the bookmarks are in the template, any that do not have the same names in the existing document will appear in the newly added part, so if the old (used) bookmarks in the document, there should be no problem.
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thanks
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