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  #1  
Old April 19th 05, 03:59 PM
gman
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Default Templates

Is there any manner to set up in a template and indicate in the template
places where specific information should be entered?

Thanks.
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Old April 19th 05, 04:45 PM
Jay Freedman
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gman wrote:
Is there any manner to set up in a template and indicate in the
template places where specific information should be entered?

Thanks.


Start with this tutorial article:

Please Fill Out This Form
Part 1: Create professional looking forms in Word
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=22

If that's what you want, there are more parts:

Part 2: Adding Automation to your Word forms.
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=46

Part 3: Learn more VBA (macros) to automate your forms.
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=119

Part 4: Use custom dialog boxes in your Word forms
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=127

Part 5: Connect your AutoForm to a database to save input time and keep
better records!
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=136

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org


  #3  
Old April 19th 05, 06:01 PM
gman
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Thanks, Jay, for the response. I will check out the tutorial links you
suggest.

More specifically, this is what I want to do:

I copied the HTML code from one of my web pages into Word and created a
template. I need to have places in the template where I can insert
information, such a the photo's name before the .jpg extension, the photo's
caption, etc. I would like to have someway of having a description at each
insertion place of what is required and, also, to have something pop up into
which one types what is to be inserted.

The way I have it now is that I just have a description in red color in the
HTML code in the template of what is needed at each insertion point, but I
have to delete all this stuff before (or after) I enter the information.


Anyway...any suggestions you have would be appreciated.
Thanks,

gman



"Jay Freedman" wrote:

gman wrote:
Is there any manner to set up in a template and indicate in the
template places where specific information should be entered?

Thanks.


Start with this tutorial article:

Please Fill Out This Form
Part 1: Create professional looking forms in Word
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=22

If that's what you want, there are more parts:

Part 2: Adding Automation to your Word forms.
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=46

Part 3: Learn more VBA (macros) to automate your forms.
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=119

Part 4: Use custom dialog boxes in your Word forms
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=127

Part 5: Connect your AutoForm to a database to save input time and keep
better records!
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=136

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org



  #4  
Old April 19th 05, 06:35 PM
Jay Freedman
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OK, what you want is a lot simpler than a form. Have a look at the first
part of the article at
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/TblsFldsFm...acroButton.htm.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org

gman wrote:
Thanks, Jay, for the response. I will check out the tutorial links
you suggest.

More specifically, this is what I want to do:

I copied the HTML code from one of my web pages into Word and created
a template. I need to have places in the template where I can insert
information, such a the photo's name before the .jpg extension, the
photo's caption, etc. I would like to have someway of having a
description at each insertion place of what is required and, also, to
have something pop up into which one types what is to be inserted.

The way I have it now is that I just have a description in red color
in the HTML code in the template of what is needed at each insertion
point, but I have to delete all this stuff before (or after) I enter
the information.


Anyway...any suggestions you have would be appreciated.
Thanks,

gman



"Jay Freedman" wrote:

gman wrote:
Is there any manner to set up in a template and indicate in the
template places where specific information should be entered?

Thanks.


Start with this tutorial article:

Please Fill Out This Form
Part 1: Create professional looking forms in Word
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=22

If that's what you want, there are more parts:

Part 2: Adding Automation to your Word forms.
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=46

Part 3: Learn more VBA (macros) to automate your forms.
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=119

Part 4: Use custom dialog boxes in your Word forms
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=127

Part 5: Connect your AutoForm to a database to save input time and
keep better records!
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=136

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org



  #5  
Old April 19th 05, 07:24 PM
gman
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Thanks, Jay. Yea, that is kinda what I want to do. I'll try it and let you
know how it turns out.

Here is an example of the HTML. Unfortunately, because this site doesn't
display color you can't readily spot exactly where I added the areas that
need to have information filled in. But, with a little searching I think you
will be able to locate those places, e.g., preview# PREVIOUS PHOTO.html or
htm.
In that example, all that one needs to do is put in the PREVIOUS PHOTO's
preview number where the # sign is. That's all that is required. Nothing
else.

So, I think you have directed me to the start point to accomplish this end.

gman


BODY BACKGROUND="Parchment.jpg" BGCOLOR="#FFFFEE" TEXT="#000000"
LINK="#FF00FF" VLINK="#FF0000" ALINK="#FF00FF"
div align="center"center

HR width="921"
CENTERimg src = "PHOTO NAME.jpg" width=921 height=691/CENTER
HR width="921"


CENTERfont weight=light face=arialPHOTO CAPTION/CENTER
pp

HR
CENTERa href="preview#.html or .htm PREVIOUS PHOTO"Previous a
href="preview#.html or htm CURRENT PHOTO"H4 a href="preview#.html or htm"
NEXT PHOTO/H4Next/a/CENTER
HR

/body
/html

table border="0"
tr
td align="right" valign="top" colspan="0"


"gman" wrote:

Is there any manner to set up in a template and indicate in the template
places where specific information should be entered?

Thanks.

  #6  
Old April 19th 05, 10:13 PM
gman
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Jay,

I looked over what you sent and I really cannot figure this out. I mean, I
can't even determine if MacroButton is a menu option. Can you just tell me
exactly how this is created:

{ MACROBUTTON NoMacro [Click here and type name] }

What I want to do seems so simple one would think there has to be a very
intuitive and easy way to create it. It just seems that it would be so easy
have something that works as I describe below to create what I want:

1. Select Template.
2. Select Information Insertion Point on toolbar or under Insert.
3. Place cursor where you want insertion point and description of
information to be inserted. Hit enter.
4. In menu that pops up type the description for insertion point for
information that is to be inserted. Hit enter.
5. Done

I just don't have hours to spend researching how to do these seemingly
simple task. I think that is the case with most average users, which
explains why we get frustrated and never delve much into these Office
Programs. Heck, I can't even figure out how to get Help to show me an index
to search for topics. It's always trying to connect to online Help. Isn't
there an offline Help with the program like there used to be? If so, where
is it, and how do I stop Help from always trying to connect to the internet.

Thanks,

gman


"Jay Freedman" wrote:

OK, what you want is a lot simpler than a form. Have a look at the first
part of the article at
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/TblsFldsFm...acroButton.htm.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org

gman wrote:
Thanks, Jay, for the response. I will check out the tutorial links
you suggest.

More specifically, this is what I want to do:

I copied the HTML code from one of my web pages into Word and created
a template. I need to have places in the template where I can insert
information, such a the photo's name before the .jpg extension, the
photo's caption, etc. I would like to have someway of having a
description at each insertion place of what is required and, also, to
have something pop up into which one types what is to be inserted.

The way I have it now is that I just have a description in red color
in the HTML code in the template of what is needed at each insertion
point, but I have to delete all this stuff before (or after) I enter
the information.


Anyway...any suggestions you have would be appreciated.
Thanks,

gman



"Jay Freedman" wrote:

gman wrote:
Is there any manner to set up in a template and indicate in the
template places where specific information should be entered?

Thanks.

Start with this tutorial article:

Please Fill Out This Form
Part 1: Create professional looking forms in Word
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=22

If that's what you want, there are more parts:

Part 2: Adding Automation to your Word forms.
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=46

Part 3: Learn more VBA (macros) to automate your forms.
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=119

Part 4: Use custom dialog boxes in your Word forms
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=127

Part 5: Connect your AutoForm to a database to save input time and
keep better records!
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=136

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org




  #7  
Old April 20th 05, 12:48 AM
Daiya Mitchell
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Default

A simple solution already exists--select text and type over it. Now that's
simple.

Anyhow, go back to the article. Where it says:
"To do this, insert a field like"
Use the Insert | Field dialog to insert a MacroButton field. Make it look
like the example in the article.

You can partially fix your problems with Help, at least to make it
offline--if no one responds in this thread, search the group or post a new
message.

On 4/19/05 2:13 PM, "gman" wrote:

Jay,

I looked over what you sent and I really cannot figure this out. I mean, I
can't even determine if MacroButton is a menu option. Can you just tell me
exactly how this is created:

{ MACROBUTTON NoMacro [Click here and type name] }

What I want to do seems so simple one would think there has to be a very
intuitive and easy way to create it. It just seems that it would be so easy
have something that works as I describe below to create what I want:

1. Select Template.
2. Select Information Insertion Point on toolbar or under Insert.
3. Place cursor where you want insertion point and description of
information to be inserted. Hit enter.
4. In menu that pops up type the description for insertion point for
information that is to be inserted. Hit enter.
5. Done

I just don't have hours to spend researching how to do these seemingly
simple task. I think that is the case with most average users, which
explains why we get frustrated and never delve much into these Office
Programs. Heck, I can't even figure out how to get Help to show me an index
to search for topics. It's always trying to connect to online Help. Isn't
there an offline Help with the program like there used to be? If so, where
is it, and how do I stop Help from always trying to connect to the internet.

Thanks,

gman


"Jay Freedman" wrote:

OK, what you want is a lot simpler than a form. Have a look at the first
part of the article at
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/TblsFldsFm...acroButton.htm.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org

gman wrote:
Thanks, Jay, for the response. I will check out the tutorial links
you suggest.

More specifically, this is what I want to do:

I copied the HTML code from one of my web pages into Word and created
a template. I need to have places in the template where I can insert
information, such a the photo's name before the .jpg extension, the
photo's caption, etc. I would like to have someway of having a
description at each insertion place of what is required and, also, to
have something pop up into which one types what is to be inserted.

The way I have it now is that I just have a description in red color
in the HTML code in the template of what is needed at each insertion
point, but I have to delete all this stuff before (or after) I enter
the information.


Anyway...any suggestions you have would be appreciated.
Thanks,

gman


  #8  
Old April 20th 05, 12:50 AM
Suzanne S. Barnhill
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Insert | Field | MacroButton. Or type the text

MACROBUTTON NoMacro [Click here and type name]

select it, and press Ctrl+F9, then F9.

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Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
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Email cannot be acknowledged; please post all follow-ups to the newsgroup so
all may benefit.

"gman" wrote in message
...
Jay,

I looked over what you sent and I really cannot figure this out. I mean,

I
can't even determine if MacroButton is a menu option. Can you just tell

me
exactly how this is created:

{ MACROBUTTON NoMacro [Click here and type name] }

What I want to do seems so simple one would think there has to be a very
intuitive and easy way to create it. It just seems that it would be so

easy
have something that works as I describe below to create what I want:

1. Select Template.
2. Select Information Insertion Point on toolbar or under Insert.
3. Place cursor where you want insertion point and description of
information to be inserted. Hit enter.
4. In menu that pops up type the description for insertion point for
information that is to be inserted. Hit enter.
5. Done

I just don't have hours to spend researching how to do these seemingly
simple task. I think that is the case with most average users, which
explains why we get frustrated and never delve much into these Office
Programs. Heck, I can't even figure out how to get Help to show me an

index
to search for topics. It's always trying to connect to online Help.

Isn't
there an offline Help with the program like there used to be? If so,

where
is it, and how do I stop Help from always trying to connect to the

internet.

Thanks,

gman


"Jay Freedman" wrote:

OK, what you want is a lot simpler than a form. Have a look at the first
part of the article at
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/TblsFldsFm...acroButton.htm.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org

gman wrote:
Thanks, Jay, for the response. I will check out the tutorial links
you suggest.

More specifically, this is what I want to do:

I copied the HTML code from one of my web pages into Word and created
a template. I need to have places in the template where I can insert
information, such a the photo's name before the .jpg extension, the
photo's caption, etc. I would like to have someway of having a
description at each insertion place of what is required and, also, to
have something pop up into which one types what is to be inserted.

The way I have it now is that I just have a description in red color
in the HTML code in the template of what is needed at each insertion
point, but I have to delete all this stuff before (or after) I enter
the information.


Anyway...any suggestions you have would be appreciated.
Thanks,

gman



"Jay Freedman" wrote:

gman wrote:
Is there any manner to set up in a template and indicate in the
template places where specific information should be entered?

Thanks.

Start with this tutorial article:

Please Fill Out This Form
Part 1: Create professional looking forms in Word
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=22

If that's what you want, there are more parts:

Part 2: Adding Automation to your Word forms.
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=46

Part 3: Learn more VBA (macros) to automate your forms.
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=119

Part 4: Use custom dialog boxes in your Word forms
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=127

Part 5: Connect your AutoForm to a database to save input time and
keep better records!
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=136

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org





  #9  
Old April 20th 05, 02:29 AM
Jay Freedman
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In the page I cited before, it says

See: Run a macro when a user double-clicks a button in the
document for more details of how to create the field.

Part of that sentence is in orange-brown type and is a hyperlink to
another page,
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/MacrosVBA/...roToButton.htm, which
explains how to create a macrobutton field.

What you want seems simple to you, but unfortunately Word was not
designed to do it. It is possible to torture it into complying, more
or less, but it isn't going to be anywhere near as painless as you
want it to be.

The issue of unusable Help and the lack of an index to it in Word 2003
is a completely different matter. We've complained, long and loud, to
Microsoft about this unbelievable gaffe.

To kill off the online help, open the Help task pane and click the
Online Content Settings link at the bottom. In the dialog that comes
up, uncheck the box for "Show content and links from Microsoft Office
Online". Then you'll get only the offline help.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org

On Tue, 19 Apr 2005 14:13:03 -0700, "gman"
wrote:

Jay,

I looked over what you sent and I really cannot figure this out. I mean, I
can't even determine if MacroButton is a menu option. Can you just tell me
exactly how this is created:

{ MACROBUTTON NoMacro [Click here and type name] }

What I want to do seems so simple one would think there has to be a very
intuitive and easy way to create it. It just seems that it would be so easy
have something that works as I describe below to create what I want:

1. Select Template.
2. Select Information Insertion Point on toolbar or under Insert.
3. Place cursor where you want insertion point and description of
information to be inserted. Hit enter.
4. In menu that pops up type the description for insertion point for
information that is to be inserted. Hit enter.
5. Done

I just don't have hours to spend researching how to do these seemingly
simple task. I think that is the case with most average users, which
explains why we get frustrated and never delve much into these Office
Programs. Heck, I can't even figure out how to get Help to show me an index
to search for topics. It's always trying to connect to online Help. Isn't
there an offline Help with the program like there used to be? If so, where
is it, and how do I stop Help from always trying to connect to the internet.

Thanks,

gman


"Jay Freedman" wrote:

OK, what you want is a lot simpler than a form. Have a look at the first
part of the article at
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/TblsFldsFm...acroButton.htm.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org

gman wrote:
Thanks, Jay, for the response. I will check out the tutorial links
you suggest.

More specifically, this is what I want to do:

I copied the HTML code from one of my web pages into Word and created
a template. I need to have places in the template where I can insert
information, such a the photo's name before the .jpg extension, the
photo's caption, etc. I would like to have someway of having a
description at each insertion place of what is required and, also, to
have something pop up into which one types what is to be inserted.

The way I have it now is that I just have a description in red color
in the HTML code in the template of what is needed at each insertion
point, but I have to delete all this stuff before (or after) I enter
the information.


Anyway...any suggestions you have would be appreciated.
Thanks,

gman



"Jay Freedman" wrote:

gman wrote:
Is there any manner to set up in a template and indicate in the
template places where specific information should be entered?

Thanks.

Start with this tutorial article:

Please Fill Out This Form
Part 1: Create professional looking forms in Word
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=22

If that's what you want, there are more parts:

Part 2: Adding Automation to your Word forms.
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=46

Part 3: Learn more VBA (macros) to automate your forms.
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=119

Part 4: Use custom dialog boxes in your Word forms
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=127

Part 5: Connect your AutoForm to a database to save input time and
keep better records!
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=136

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org





  #10  
Old April 20th 05, 06:10 PM
gman
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Thanks to all who have been patient in helping me with this issue. Adding
this to my HTML code will make it easier to prepare the code for each photo
for uploading to my website.

1) Okay, I see how the ‘Control – F9’ method that is described operates, but
I am still curious about using the Insert - Field - MacroButton method.
After I select MacroButton under Field Names, what do I select on the right
side where it says Macro Name? Do I type anything in the Display Text box?

2) How do you open the actual template to modify it? The only way I can
find is to go to Windows Explorer and find the file, right click, select
‘open’ and make changes there. If I select ‘New’ under file, then ‘On my
computer’ under templates on the right pane, right click on the template and
select ‘open’, it opens up a window that has the template, but it says
‘Template 1,’ for example, instead of the name that I gave the template. If
I make changes and hit ‘save,’ it asks me what I want to say it to. I can
select the template from the template list; however, this is different than
when I open the template from Windows Explorer, which opens the template
itself. When I hit ‘save’ there after making changes it just saves it
without asking me where I want to save it.

3) Is there a way to open templates, both the original template to modify
and the template document, under File? I can not find a way to add
‘templates’ under File or to a toolbar.

4) Can I add a shortcut under File or to a toolbar? This seems like a thing
to do with macros. Maybe, however, there is an easier way than using a macro
to do this.

5) Is there a way to save often used text, such as name and address, e-mail
address, MACROBUTTON NoMacro, etc. so that it can be inserted at a cursor
location? In other words, for example, I want to type my name and address
and save it. Then, I want to be able to position the cursor somewhere, right
click and be able to select from a menu option that pops open a list of all
the text I saved, and have it insert the text I select (my name and address,
for example) where the cursor is located.

6) Is there a way to have Word open without a blank document showing when it
is first started? I want it to be like a browser window with nothing in it.
Then, when I select ‘New’ under File, it opens the first document in a new
window. The reason why I ask this is because I cannot find a way to close
the original blank page that opens up when Word is started without Word
closing entirely itself. In other words, selecting ‘Close’ under File when
attempting to close the original document now acts like ‘Exit’ under File.

Thanks again.

gman

"Jay Freedman" wrote:

In the page I cited before, it says

See: Run a macro when a user double-clicks a button in the
document for more details of how to create the field.

Part of that sentence is in orange-brown type and is a hyperlink to
another page,
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/MacrosVBA/...roToButton.htm, which
explains how to create a macrobutton field.

What you want seems simple to you, but unfortunately Word was not
designed to do it. It is possible to torture it into complying, more
or less, but it isn't going to be anywhere near as painless as you
want it to be.

The issue of unusable Help and the lack of an index to it in Word 2003
is a completely different matter. We've complained, long and loud, to
Microsoft about this unbelievable gaffe.

To kill off the online help, open the Help task pane and click the
Online Content Settings link at the bottom. In the dialog that comes
up, uncheck the box for "Show content and links from Microsoft Office
Online". Then you'll get only the offline help.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org

On Tue, 19 Apr 2005 14:13:03 -0700, "gman"
wrote:

Jay,

I looked over what you sent and I really cannot figure this out. I mean, I
can't even determine if MacroButton is a menu option. Can you just tell me
exactly how this is created:

{ MACROBUTTON NoMacro [Click here and type name] }

What I want to do seems so simple one would think there has to be a very
intuitive and easy way to create it. It just seems that it would be so easy
have something that works as I describe below to create what I want:

1. Select Template.
2. Select Information Insertion Point on toolbar or under Insert.
3. Place cursor where you want insertion point and description of
information to be inserted. Hit enter.
4. In menu that pops up type the description for insertion point for
information that is to be inserted. Hit enter.
5. Done

I just don't have hours to spend researching how to do these seemingly
simple task. I think that is the case with most average users, which
explains why we get frustrated and never delve much into these Office
Programs. Heck, I can't even figure out how to get Help to show me an index
to search for topics. It's always trying to connect to online Help. Isn't
there an offline Help with the program like there used to be? If so, where
is it, and how do I stop Help from always trying to connect to the internet.

Thanks,

gman


"Jay Freedman" wrote:

OK, what you want is a lot simpler than a form. Have a look at the first
part of the article at
http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/TblsFldsFm...acroButton.htm.

--
Regards,
Jay Freedman
Microsoft Word MVP FAQ: http://word.mvps.org

gman wrote:
Thanks, Jay, for the response. I will check out the tutorial links
you suggest.

More specifically, this is what I want to do:

I copied the HTML code from one of my web pages into Word and created
a template. I need to have places in the template where I can insert
information, such a the photo's name before the .jpg extension, the
photo's caption, etc. I would like to have someway of having a
description at each insertion place of what is required and, also, to
have something pop up into which one types what is to be inserted.

The way I have it now is that I just have a description in red color
in the HTML code in the template of what is needed at each insertion
point, but I have to delete all this stuff before (or after) I enter
the information.


Anyway...any suggestions you have would be appreciated.
Thanks,

gman



"Jay Freedman" wrote:

gman wrote:
Is there any manner to set up in a template and indicate in the
template places where specific information should be entered?

Thanks.

Start with this tutorial article:

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Part 1: Create professional looking forms in Word
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If that's what you want, there are more parts:

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Part 4: Use custom dialog boxes in your Word forms
http://www.computorcompanion.com/LPMArticle.asp?ID=127

Part 5: Connect your AutoForm to a database to save input time and
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Jay Freedman
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