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excel copy cells to word template

I have a large workbook and I want to copy cells from one sheet called
Menu to a specific word template called PDC_MCC_IR.dot and save the
word template as a word document. I have a bit of code that can open a
word document and past information from cells in the word document but
I need help for the rest. Can anyone help me. Here is the code that I
already have.

Sub Excel_to_Word()
Dim appWord As Word.Application

Set appWord = New Word.Application

appWord.Visible = True

Range("b4:c10").Copy

appWord.Documents.Add.Content.Paste

Application.CutCopyMode = False

End Sub

Thanks Garry gtpig...@shaw.ca


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I have a large workbook and I want to copy cells from one sheet called
Menu to a specific word template called PDC_MCC_IR.dot and save the
word template as a word document. I have a bit of code that can open a
word document and past information from cells in the word document but
I need help for the rest. Can anyone help me. Here is the code that I
already have.

Sub Excel_to_Word()
Dim appWord As Word.Application

Set appWord = New Word.Application

appWord.Visible = True

Range("b4:c10").Copy

appWord.Documents.Add.Content.Paste

Application.CutCopyMode = False

End Sub

Thanks Garry

Ms Excel, Copying Cell to current sheet using 'Right Click' gives an option '
Insert the copied cell'. Here we dont find any menu item which do a simple
'Insert row' action. Many we need this as we forgot to make a space in
current sheet and try copy cell from some other sheet and dont want to use
'Insert the Copied cell' menu item. Although we can do this using the Insert
menu available but then it becomes pathetic to do this excercise just to
insert the copied cell. I thing including simple 'Insert Row' item in the
'Right Click' menu item will do the needful. ( offcourse we have this item
there but when no cell is copied. we need this even when a cell is copied)

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Ms Excel, Copying Cell to current sheet using 'Right Click' gives an option '
Insert the copied cell'. Here we dont find any menu item which do a simple
'Insert row' action. Many we need this as we forgot to make a space in
current sheet and try copy cell from some other sheet and dont want to use
'Insert the Copied cell' menu item. Although we can do this using the Insert
menu available but then it becomes pathetic to do this excercise just to
insert the copied cell. I thing including simple 'Insert Row' item in the
'Right Click' menu item will do the needful. ( offcourse we have this item
there but when no cell is copied. we need this even when a cell is copied)

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How can I copy a single cell to Word and preserve its format?

I put text in A1 and format this cell with background color and borders.
Then I select both A1 and A2, do the copy in Excel, go to Word and do the
paste in Word. I see

- the text is the same as Excel and can be changed later on
- the format is the same as Excel

If I select only A1 in Excel and do this copy & paste in Word, I see

- the text is the same
- the cell format is missing

I can do this copy & paste as Picture and it looks ok, but it can not be
changed later on.

How can I copy a single cell to Word and preserve both its format and the
ability to edit it in Word?

Thanks in advance for any help.
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Hi

I need a macro to open a word template named 'template.doc'
Copy specific row values i.e A2, A6, A10 from Excel document 'survey.xl' (already open) and paste them into their respective lines in "template.doc'
Save the file as to what the value was in A2.
Repeat the process for row 2 and so on to row 200.

Can anyone help me please?

Copy Data To Word Save As Cell Value

PLEASE HELP ME
i have macro like this below which includes records from excel to word
template, but I'd like to convert it in such way, that it includes
records from excel to one word document (It is preparing one word
document now for every record from excel). It should works like that:
excel opens word template and inludes every record from excel to
bookmarks in word template and then it saves document. Are You able to
convert this macro below?

Best regards
Thomas

Sub Auto_open()
Range("Bad name of file") = ThisWorkbook.path & "" & "szablon.doc"
End Sub
Private Sub ExtractFilePathNameExt(Plik, path, name, ext)
For i = Len(Plik) To 1 Step -1
Select Case Mid(Plik, i, 1)
Case "."
ext = Mid(Plik, i + 1)
extPos = i
Case ""
If path = "" Then path = Mid(Plik, 1, i - 1)
name = Mid(Plik, i + 1, extPos - i - 1)
Exit For
End Select
Next i
End Sub
Private Sub MS_Word(Plik, r As Range, Optional path)
Dim wd As Object

If IsMissing(path) Then path = ""

'Utworzenie sesji Microsoft Word
On Error Resume Next
Set wd = GetObject(, "word.application")
If Err.Number 0 Then
Err.Clear
Set wd = CreateObject("word.application")
End If
On Error GoTo 0

ExtractFilePathNameExt Plik, path, name, ext
nr = 0
wd.Documents.Open Plik
Set rw = r.Range("a2", Cells(r.Rows.Count, r.Columns.Count))
k = 0
For Each i In rw.Rows
For j = 0 To rw.Columns.Count - 1
TypeToWord wd, r.Offset(0, j).Cells(1), rw.Offset(k,
j).Cells(1)
Next j
wd.activedocument.SaveAs path & "karty" & name & " " & nr & "."
& ext
k = k + 1
nr = nr + 1

Next i

wd.Quit
Set wd = Nothing
End Sub

Private Sub TypeToWord(wd, name, text)
On Error Resume Next
wd.activedocument.GoTo(name:=name).Select
If Err.Number = 0 Then
wd.Selection.text = text
On Error GoTo 0
With wd.activedocument.Bookmarks

.Add Range:=wd.Selection.Range, name:=name

.DefaultSorting = wdSortByName
.ShowHidden = False
End With
Else
Err.Clear
End If
End Sub
Sub Makro1()
If Dir(Range("Nazwa_Pliku_tekstowego").text) = "" Then
MsgBox "Wrong name of text file"
Range("Nazwa_Pliku_tekstowego").Select
Exit Sub
End If
MS_Word Range("Nazwa_Pliku_tekstowego").text, Range("TabelaDanych")
End Sub

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By way of background, there are multiple charts on a page, with a
separate header which is a picture. The charts have no borders and
'float' on a grid which is the same colour as the chart area. The grid
has borders round groups of cells and these form the borders for the
charts. (This makes it easy to line up charts - otherwise a very
frustrating business. It also makes it easy to resize all charts at
once by selecting all rows or all columns and adjusting them all
together, eg to fit to a page.) I select the underlying grid, together
with the charts on top and the picture header - that whole thing is
what I want to paste. There are usually about 10 charts to a page -
each row has some text on the left hand side, a pie and a column
chart.

In Excel 2003 I've used copy as picture with no issues at all - all
copies over to Word perfectly. In 2007 most of the charts drop off
when pasted across to Word, usually two sets of charts remain with the
remaining 'picture' just the blank / coloured underlying grid of
cells. The text on the left hand side and the header copy over fine.

I've tried all the combinations of Copy as Picture / Paste Special
with no luck.

At the moment, am getting round this by pasting two sets of charts at
a time into Word. Painful, and results in a gap between the sets of
two which looks odd.

Any advice gratefully received.

Adrienne

PLEASE HELP ME
i have macro like this below which includes records from excel to word template, but I'd like to convert it in such way, that it includes records from excel to one word document (It is preparing one word document now for every record from excel). It should works like that: excel opens word template and inludes every record from excel to bookmarks in word template and then it saves document. Are You able to convert this macro below?

Best regards
Thomas

Sub Auto_open()
Range("Bad name of file") = ThisWorkbook.path & "" & "szablon.doc"
End Sub
Private Sub ExtractFilePathNameExt(Plik, path, name, ext)
For i = Len(Plik) To 1 Step -1
Select Case Mid(Plik, i, 1)
Case "."
ext = Mid(Plik, i + 1)
extPos = i
Case ""
If path = "" Then path = Mid(Plik, 1, i - 1)
name = Mid(Plik, i + 1, extPos - i - 1)
Exit For
End Select
Next i
End Sub
Private Sub MS_Word(Plik, r As Range, Optional path)
Dim wd As Object

If IsMissing(path) Then path = ""

'Utworzenie sesji Microsoft Word
On Error Resume Next
Set wd = GetObject(, "word.application")
If Err.Number <> 0 Then
Err.Clear
Set wd = CreateObject("word.application")
End If
On Error GoTo 0

ExtractFilePathNameExt Plik, path, name, ext
nr = 0
wd.Documents.Open Plik
Set rw = r.Range("a2", Cells(r.Rows.Count, r.Columns.Count))
k = 0
For Each i In rw.Rows
For j = 0 To rw.Columns.Count - 1
TypeToWord wd, r.Offset(0, j).Cells(1), rw.Offset(k, j).Cells(1)
Next j
wd.activedocument.SaveAs path & "karty" & name & " " & nr & "." & ext
k = k + 1
nr = nr + 1

Next i

wd.Quit
Set wd = Nothing
End Sub

Private Sub TypeToWord(wd, name, text)
On Error Resume Next
wd.activedocument.GoTo(name:=name).Select
If Err.Number = 0 Then
wd.Selection.text = text
On Error GoTo 0
With wd.activedocument.Bookmarks

.Add Range:=wd.Selection.Range, name:=name

.DefaultSorting = wdSortByName
.ShowHidden = False
End With
Else
Err.Clear
End If
End Sub
Sub Makro1()
If Dir(Range("Nazwa_Pliku_tekstowego").text) = "" Then
MsgBox "Wrong name of text file"
Range("Nazwa_Pliku_tekstowego").Select
Exit Sub
End If
MS_Word Range("Nazwa_Pliku_tekstowego").text, Range("TabelaDanych")
End Sub

hello i have attached a word template, i have a column called AIS#, each AIS# row has information specific to it (address, name, etc), in the word template i want each field/box to be populated by the coresponding field in excel

so, dependign on the AIS#, the data in word template will be different. thanks

Hello, I'm having some trouble copying cells from Excel to Word by macro.

Let's say I got two cells in excel, A1 and A3 which I need to copy to Word.

A1 is Arial, regular.
A3 is Verdana, bold.

I need to transfer these to Word and preserve the formatting but paste them
as text. I have tried pastespecial wdpastetext. This is otherwise fine but
does not copy the formatting. Other options I have tried copy the cells as
"true cells" to Word (plain pastespecial, pastespecial wdpasteRTF,
pastespecial wdpasteHTML) - I need to transfer it as normal text with
formatting.

Any suggestions how to do it?

Thanks guys,
TT

I have written this small program to generate invoices in excel and copy over to word. It works fine in excel 2000 but now I have converted to office 2010 the line spacing in the word document is wrong. (double spaced)
can anyone suggest a cure for this?

I attach a sample workbook. which just has the code to copy over to word in it.

Hey folks,

I'm trying to link an Excel 2007 cell to Word 2007. Because I need to preserve the fill colour, I'm pasting as a Chart Object. This works almost perfectly except that the top of the cell is seriously cropped. So instead of there being a space between the top of the text and the top of the cell, the top of the cell is much lower and actually crops the top of the letters. This looks pretty ugly.

I've tried resizing it in Word, and resizing the cell in Excel, changing font size etc, nothing helps. I even tried pasting two cells (one on top of the other) but the upper cell was just ignored. I think it's pasting it in to a size with the height locked. When I drag the resize arrow higher, the text stretched but the fill remains the same. When I drag the resize arrow lower, all the cells get squeezed in to that same tiny area.

Has anyone come across this before? It seems like too glaring an error not to have a solution, I just can't seem to find it. Many thanks for all your help and suggestions,

AR,

P.S. I'm not sure if this is an Excel or Word issue so please move to another forum if necessary, thank you.

I have been racking my brain on this:

If I type "Y" in cell A2 on sheet1 then I want excel copy cell B2 on sheet1 onto D4 on sheet2.

Basicially I want to choose y and excel will copy the text beside the y to another page. But I have a few options that can be y, but only one can be at any time.

Do you like Fruit
Y Apple
N Grapes
N Oranges

I've done it before, cannot remeber how!

Thanks in advance

I want to copy cells to a different worksheet in certain columns that meet two criteria. Criteria 1: cell that just shows the rows with the cell in them I want to copy
Criteria 2: tells which column to copy the cell to

It's easier to explain in the example posted.

Thanks for ANY help!!!

Hi all!

I am having trouble correcting my code. I can not seem to get the copied cells to paste to the next available row in the next worksheet. It keeps overriding the data in cell B4. Could anyone tell me what I am doing wrong? I really apreciate any advice.

Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()

    Dim wksPasteTo As Worksheet
    Dim rngPasteTo As Range
    Dim LastRow As Variant
    Dim LR As Long, Sort As Long
    
    Set wksPasteTo = Sheets("DONE")
    Sheets("DONE").Select
    LR = Range("A" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Row
    Set rngPasteTo = wksPasteTo.Range("A" & (LR - 30))
    Do
    If IsEmpty(ActiveCell) = False Then
        ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Select
    End If
    Loop Until IsEmpty(ActiveCell) = True
    
    Sheets("HOLD").Select
    LastRow = Range("b65536").End(xlUp).Row
    
    With Sheets("HOLD")
            If Range("J4").Value = "DONE" Then
                Range("J4").EntireRow.Copy
                With Sheets("DONE")
                    wksPasteTo.Paste rngPasteTo
                    Set rngPasteTo = rngPasteTo.Offset(0 - 1)
                End With
                Sheets("HOLD").Range("B4:I4").ClearContents
            End If
    End With
End Sub


hi
pls help me with the formula to convert amount in cell to words like it shows sometimes on commercial invoices
thanks
raj

I want to set up an Excel 2003 worksheet as a database and copy values (name, date of birth, employer, etc) from there to three Word 2003 templates (questionnaire, letter and report), and to Access. I think the best way to copy to Word is to set up fields and cross references (I want to use the same item of data more than once in each doc) and send the data to the fields. I have succeeded in copying the data to the fields (see sample code below), but it replaces the field, and then the cross references don't work. Does anyone know of a way to copy across to Word without removing the fields?
Thanks.



I am trying to figure out how to select multiple rows, based upon a variable input by user.
I have the following code:

usedV = Application.InputBox("Enter Number of Used Vehicle: ", 2)
Range("A131").Select
Cells.Find(What:=usedV, After:=ActiveCell, LookIn:=xlFormulas, LookAt _
:=xlPart, SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlNext, MatchCase:= _
False, SearchFormat:=False).Activate
Rows("141:154").Select '

Hello all. I have code that copies Excel data to Word bookmarks (auto filling in the blanks in a Word proposal template). I need to copy some data multiple times (i.e. client name entered several times in the Word proposal).

My routine copies Excel named ranges (single cells) 1:1 to matching Word bookmark names. Currently I create copies of the duplicated data in a hidden worksheet (i.e. ClientName1, ClientName2, etc.)

Here is a piece of the code:


	VB:
	
For Each xlName In wb.Names 
     'if xlName's name is existing in document then put the value in place of the bookmark
    If docWord.Bookmarks.Exists(xlName.Name) Then 
        docWord.Bookmarks(xlName.Name).Range.Text = Range(xlName.Value) 
    End If 
Next xlName 

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Any way I can copy a cell value (always text) multiple times to word without creating what I call a "bank" of entries?

Thank you.

Hi all,

I once copied some cells from excel including their formulas to a word sheet, each time i used to click that table in word, excel opened and that table calculated the edited cells ,now i forgot how i did it ! i am trying to copy a range of cells to word , it remains as a text table while i need to keep formula calculation !

Any help is appreciated please .
Thank you much

Hello people!
i really need your help here!!
i am adding excel file with macro code and here i have a problem!
this code move from sheet1(Data) to sheet2(Template) data and than copy
it to Word.
i can see only the last data in Word document.How can i copy all table
from sheet1 to Word,this help from sheet2, and to see all in one Word
document.

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If you want a stable version of the document, break the link - select the
linked item and press CTRL+SHIFT+F9
I don't know Excel well enough to advise on how to handle versions, but if
you want to have different versions of the spreadsheet and retain the links,
I would imagine that you would have to create dated copies of the sheets and
link them to the documents, so each pairing stands independently. I have
cross-posted to an Excel group for their input.

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I asked:
>>> I have a boilerplate in Word that produces a report in letter form.
>>> I
>>> have a spreadsheet in Excel that produces numbers. I'd like
>>> to automate the process.
>
> On Mar 7, 1:15 am, "Graham Mayor" > wrote:
>> Open the spreadsheet
>> Copy the cell(s) to the clipboard
>> Open the document
>> Place the cursor at the location you want the cell(s) to appear
>> Edit > Paste Special - choose the format that gives the results you
>> require (probably the default html) and check the paste link box.
>> The link will be constantly updated whilst the document and
>> spreadsheet are open, or if the spreadsheet is closed, when you
>> select the link and click F9.
>
> Graham,
> Many thanks. Your advice worked. I just didn't get it before -- with
> the help of internet searches, help files, and a couple MS Office
> books.
> Now, I'm wondering, is there a way to save electronic versions of the
> different versions of the temporary spreadsheets? I see that I can
> maintain a stable version of the Word document, simply by not updating
> it if I open the file at a later date. What if I want a stable copy
> of the spreadsheet as it existed with that particular document?
>
> Best,
> Larry

help required:
how to export or past a group of excel cells into word table format , so
each cell in excel represent a cell in Word table.
both excel and word is 2003 ,window xp

Hello people!
i really need your help here!!
i am adding excel file with macro code and here i have a problem!
this code move from sheet1(Data) to sheet2(Template) data and than copy it to Word.
i can see only the last data in Word document.How can i copy all table from sheet1 to Word,this help from sheet2, and to see all in one Word document.


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