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Dear Rick:

Use automation to a Word Object to pass the values into your document, then
do a Save As and prompt the user for a name.  If you have ODE, use the
Common Dialog Box to do this, and then save the path and filename to a table

If you need more help, write me directly, but BE PATIENT as I am swamped
here at work.  If you are using Access 97, I can send you a little sample.
Lisa Z. Morgan
Systems Analyst
Mid-Atlantic Agency Division
Lawyers Title Insurance Corporation

All opinions expressed here are those of the author and not of LTIC.


>I'd like to pass a clients name, address, subject line, etc. to word and
>keep track in a table of the directory, file name and directory that the
>letter or fax was saved to.  Is there a way to do this?

>Rick Spangenberg

Sun, 30 Apr 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
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