Submitting a form ... reworded :) 
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 Submitting a form ... reworded :)

You can create a macro that will attach the document to an e-mail.  Simply
create a new macro call "Submit".  Record the steps by going in to File,
Send To, Mail Recipient (as Attachment).  Stop recording.  Create a macro
button for it, and you're good to go.

> I don't think I explained myself very well in my last
> post, so we'll try it again.

> I have built a form in MS Word 2000.  It is to be used
> online, so I'll be protecting the document.  When the user
> clicks on the link to open this document, they can enter
> data into fields on the form.  I want the user to be able
> to click a button on the form (like a submit button) and
> have the form attach to an email.  How do I do this?  See
> the attached file for an example of what I'm trying to do.

> Please keep in mind that if this has to do with Macros
> that I have never used them and I am not a strong coder.

> PLEASE help me :)

Sat, 23 Jul 2005 04:18:06 GMT  
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