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Referencing RTF2/ActiveX object content to Microsoft Word

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Hi guys...
Well once again I'm in a dilemma. Currently I have a RTF2 object in
Access that is linked to a memo field in a table, the reason for this
is so that I can have bullets and numbers in the field. The problem is
however that the memo field has pritty much all the ActiveX coding in
it to make the RTF2 field appear the way we assigned it. Now the main
idea was to reference the content of the RTF2 field the way it appears
in the RTF2, but unfortunately the reference to the bookmark in
Microsoft word displays the content of the memo field, which is the
ActiveX coding.

Is there any way to convert the content so that it actually displays
the content of the RTF2 Field?

Jul 12 '06 #1
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The control exposes a Plain Text property...cannot remember the exact
property name off the top of my head.

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Hi guys...
Well once again I'm in a dilemma. Currently I have a RTF2 object in
Access that is linked to a memo field in a table, the reason for this
is so that I can have bullets and numbers in the field. The problem is
however that the memo field has pritty much all the ActiveX coding in
it to make the RTF2 field appear the way we assigned it. Now the main
idea was to reference the content of the RTF2 field the way it appears
in the RTF2, but unfortunately the reference to the bookmark in
Microsoft word displays the content of the memo field, which is the
ActiveX coding.

Is there any way to convert the content so that it actually displays
the content of the RTF2 Field?

Jul 13 '06 #2

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