Import Many Tables In Word Document Into Single Excel Sheet
Apr 16, 2012
How to write a code to import all tables from a single word document into a single excel sheet? (we don't know exactly how many tables there will be,or how many rows in a table there will be , but the columns are certain, which is 9, from A to I.
Currently I am going back and forth between an excel document and a word document cutting and pasting values from the excel spreadsheet into tables in word. The task is a regular occurance therefore I wish to create a Macro that can automate this procedure. Both the excel and word documents are fixed templates therefore once a Macro is created it can be applied to all future work of similar nature.
Each table in the word document contains 6 rows of values in a single column. The excel data is arranged in a table that is 6 rows by x number of columns (how ever many sets of values there are for the particular job) therefore x determines how many tables must exist in the word document. I move between the excel and word document cutting and pasting each column into each table. This is not so time consuming if x=10 however on occasion x=100+ and it does take time.
Part of my work involves the transfer of thousands of lines of Excel data into FileMaker and then exporting this data to Word where it is finally formatted for publication. What I'd ideally like is to skip the FileMaker step and simply have it so that I import all the data from my Excel file into a Word document in one swoop. The problem is that the eventual export can't feature tables, it would be the icing on the cake for the data to remain as formatted, and the data needs to read line<space>line<space>, vertically.
Essentially, I need to know how to take this from Excel ..
I am trying to take multiple tables from a Word document and import them into an Excel worksheet. Currently I have found two versions that when combined, could yield what I am looking for. The first one imports the table's data from Word, but does not maintain formatting of the table (font, colors, rows/columns etc.):
The next code maintains formatting, but only imports/pastes one table:
For the second one, I do not like the fact that it is calling a specific Workbook to paste into. If I could somehow maintain the ability to import/past multiple tables while keeping formatting that would be perfect. An extra bonus would be to import each table within the Word document into individual Worksheets in Excel. I am also using Office 2010.
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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 canít figure out how to create a second table after the first one.
Eventually I will use a ForÖNext loop to do this many times, but Iím 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.........
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"line of business";"policy #";"dollar amount";"name";"line of business" and etc.
The semicolons in the title would partition the data across a few cells.
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Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Dim Rng As Range For Each Rng In Target If Not Rng.Value = vbNullString Then Select Case Rng.Column
Below is some coding, but not very specified to my specific needs.
Sub SplitValue(Rng As Range) Dim avarSplit As Variant avarSplit = Split(Rng.Value, ";") Range(Rng, Rng.Offset(, 4)).Value = avarSplit If Left(Rng.Value, 2) = "RE" Or Left(Rng.Value, 2) = "FW" Then
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Sub CreateProposal() Dim wdApp As Word.Application Dim wdDoc As Word.Document
Set wdApp = CreateObject("Word.Application") ' Open word document
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Ex. of Word doc:
184.108.40.206 Install gasket , using bolt  and nut .
220.127.116.11 Uninstall gasket  and scrap gasket and fasteners.
I would like the script to search for and populate any number between the [ ] into a specific excel cell, also I would like it to identify and populate an excell cell with the associated step, e.g.: "18.104.22.168", which will be at the begining of that step (step could be several sentences long). Also, I would like the script to look for and identify/populate an excel cell with any number of words such as: "install", "uninstall", "break", "scrap", or "remove" also associated with that step.
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I am unsure how to reference this - but I have checked and found that the object library ticked is Microsoft Word 11.0 Object Library.
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In case it makes a difference, I have office 2007
VB: Sub ExcelToWord(LastRow) Dim objWord As Word.Application Range("F1:F" & LastRow).Copy With objWord .Documents.Add .Selection.Paste .Visible = True End With End Sub
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My problem is on the main text. I weed to keep the format or at least the different paragraphes as when you copy text in word and past it in the formula bar (or press F2).
Here is an exemple of my word file
Code : XXX1- Abrege : DGS45 - Type : D - ADICAP : PHXT5847
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The issue that I have is creating multiple tables from multiple sheets in excel into a word table, any way of automating it.
What the tables look like in excel:
What I want them to look like in word, with a chart if possible:
I realize that I can just copy and paste easy table into word from excel and with a few clicks of a button, get what I want. But i'm looking for something to automate and simplify this process. There are about 300-400 variables that I need to crosstab with certain demographics.
If it matters any, I bought a software package (Q Market Research) but it doesn't make the tables look exactly how I want them to look. The data is from SPSS, those tables are flat out.
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?