troubleshooting Question

Save a scripting dictionary to disk with VBA

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With Word and VBA, I use a scripting dictionary to hold data that I frequently need to revise. When revised, is there a quick way to change the data (i.e., key and data) in the dictionary into a string that I could store as a document variable?
     If needed, I can give specifics. I thought there must be a way I can go through all the items in a dictionary, retrieve the key and the data, and create a new scripting dictionary from the revised data.
     I suspect the problem is unsolvable.
     --J.r. allen
    Priddis, Alberta, Canada
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