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transferring data from excel user form to word document.

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by deb0and, Dec 31, 2008.

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  1. deb0and

    deb0and Thread Starter

    Oct 17, 2007
    What I have got is a word document and an excel document.

    The excel document is used to enable a userform which a person can fill out.

    The word document is used for the details of the user form in excel to be transferred to the word document.

    I have created the forms and the word template and i am looking for a way the following can be done when the "SAVE" button is clicked on the user form in excel.

    1) Have the details from the user form transferred into the word document at the top where the corresponding headers are.

    2) The word document file name automatically created(using the issue title in the user form) and inserted into the excel sheet under issues for it to be reopen and viewed in Microsoft word.

    I know it would be simpler to have all this in one form but the idea is to get someone to fill out the issue only then someone of higher authority can update the issue's progress but still allowing the issue creator( or any one else) the access to re-open it and see the updates in a read only format in word.

    complicated i know but that's how its got to be.

    attached are the word doc and the excel doc

    (See attached file: Issues Log new.doc)(See attached file: new sample issues log.xls)


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