Export Cell Contents To Word Fields In A Protected Word Document
Jul 6, 2009
Is it possible to export Excel cell contents to Word fields in a protected Word document? For example...
What code would be needed to tell Excel to open up, copy and export the contents of A2 in the active sheet of a workbook to "Field 2" in a Word document named "Report 01" and then put the contents of B2 to "Field 2" etc?
Do both applications have to be opened up at the same time or is Excel able to open up Word on its own? Will the macro be able to....
1. Automatically open up the correct Word document?
2. Look ONLY in a certain folder for the "Report 01" Word document?
Bring up a "selection" box that allows you to select the document you wish Excel to export it's data to?
3. Close and save the Word Document without any user intervention?
I have word document. It has numerous feedback and review comments. I want them to be exported to excel work sheet in a specific column with the name of the feedback and comment provider in an other column.
I have an excel worksheet which has a lot of comments attached to individual cells. Is there a way to convert these comments into a microsft word document along with the contents of the cells to identify where they originated? Also Is it possible to convert just a selection of cells into word document rather than the whole worksheet.
I have a worksheet that is pretty handy right now. I have a print button that automatically sends the doc to print with the specs I want, etc, etc. It has drop down lists, data validations, etc. What I want, and this may be impossible, is when the print button is clicked excel looks at a certain cell and based on the data in that cell, it pulls over a word document and prints that along with it.
In short, the items in the drop down list in the cell I have chosen have a different disclosure that goes with each, and I would like if possbile those to be printed from word...based on which item is picked....along with the spreadsheet when the print button is clicked.
I am working on a project where I am creating analysis using a subroutine in excel/vba and I would like to have the subroutine generate a report that is a word document. I have never used excel/vba to create and modify a word document and don't know how to approach it. I imagine that I will have a template.doc that I can access and save as another file. Does anyone have an example of creating and modify a word document in this manner.
I've just written up an SOP for a reconciliation process. Part of it requires the reader to use some Excel UDFs that I've created. Rather than having someone look for the UDF file on the network, I tried to embed it as an Excel Worksheet Icon within my procedure document. However, when I double-click the icon to launch the add-in, I get the following error message:
"Microsoft Word can't start the application required to open this object. An error occurred and this feature is no longer functioning properly. Would you like to repair this feature now?" This does not happen when I embed a regular Excel workbook, or even a template.
I have a excel worksheet formatted to print on one page. Is it possible to create a macro to export this one page into a word document and apply it to a button so that a user can click and it will be done automatically? (i am able to assign a macro to an image etc)
I made some graphs in Excel and then copied them to a Word document. Everything seemed fine, but when I printed the document some graphs had a white square under the numbers and some hadn't. I can't find out where I can change this so that all of them would be without that white background under the numbers:
how can I change that so that all graphs will look the same (without that little squares behind the values).
I have a template document, created in MS Word. I want to generate, from Excel, a new document as would happen when you open the template from windows explorer or whatever ie. Template1.doc as opposed to Template.xlt.
The best I've managed to achieve is the opening of the template.
I have an Excel spreadsheet of data that I would like to export into tables in a new word document.
The code below (without the marked section) does this, but I can’t figure out how to create a second table after the first one.
Eventually I will use a For…Next loop to do this many times, but I’m trying to make the problem smaller by just making a second table.
Sub CreateNewWordDoc() ' add a reference to the Word-library Dim wrdApp As Word.Application Dim wrdDoc As Word.Document Dim wrdTable As Word.Table Dim xText Set wrdApp = CreateObject("Word.Application") Set wrdDoc = wrdApp.Documents.Add ' create a new document Set wrdRange = wrdDoc.Range wrdApp.Visible = True.........
I would like to automate a word document that I have to fill out manually based on the info in a spreadsheet. I would like to be able to select a row that the data comes from as well. I have attached the spreadsheet and word document to this thread.
I have been working on the following VBA code, which should copy specific charts from excel into specific places in a word-template.
I Am quite new with VBA, so I googled the code, changed a few things, and it works exactly as it should - except from one thing. When the Word-document is loaded from the template, I would like the document to be "saved as..." Instead of just opening the template. I have tried
I have an Excel spreadsheet that contains information for a Word document. It uses an elaborate macro to "substitute" unique codes in a starter document. At completion of the process, it goes through and delete all unused codes
The problem is that the codes are preceded by a "bullet" symbol.
How can I remove that orphaned bullet symbol. If the code is ". CtlCode10" (where the . is a bullet), then ALL need to be removed
I have been looking for a while for a code to copy cells A1:D23 on a sheet and open a Word Document and paste these onto a document and Save this as the name shown in Cell C1. Everything I see to find is over complicating what I need.
I'm trying to copy parts of a worksheet from excel 2003 to word 2003. I've found code that does this alright but I need to be able to re-size the the pasted data to fit the word document. Is there a way to set the properties of the word document like change it to landscape and move the margins etc? Even a simple "reduce the table size to fit the word document". I've included the code i've got already. This code will open up a word document and copy your cells into it but without any useful options. So its ok for a small group of cells.
I'm trying to copy the content of a word document (File A) to another (File B) using Excel VBA. File A has about 100's of pages (not sure of the number as it varies) and this needs to be split to different files, each having 15 Pages.
Below is my code, where I'm able to select the content of the first Page and paste it in the target folder, but not sure how to determine the number of pages in word using excel VBA.
Note: Copying the content should be done, page wise only.
I have been automating reports that will be generated in word documents for every company. The baseline is that I have a excel sheet which contain the data inputs and a word template document (template with bookmarks). I have written a macro that generate the reports when the user clicks the button but found that there some reports that generates empty bookmarks since there is no data for the corresponding bookmark. I have uploaded the excel sheets that has the full data and the setup sheets. The setup sheet has the Column Number, Bookmark Name, Description. The data sheet has the data values and the code info sheet has the name of the template doc and the name of the destination folder where the reports will be generated and stored. My requirement is to delete the empty bookmark from the report named "Blackberry". where to write the macro for deleting the empty bookmarks and its sentences (whether its in excel book or word template doc)?