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super easy word merge

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I just got a chance to dl the work and printed out the docs and
noticed on one of the screen shots it says print and there is a button
for merge all.

So this is for single as well as a complete merge of your database?

Will have to check this out.

His documents deal with single prints...is there documentation on a
full merge?
May 23 '07 #1
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"sparks" <js******@swbell.netwrote in message
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>I just got a chance to dl the work and printed out the docs and
noticed on one of the screen shots it says print and there is a button
for merge all.

So this is for single as well as a complete merge of your database?
The "merge all" example sends all records from the particular table. So, I
guess that "kind" of means complete.
Will have to check this out.

His documents deal with single prints...is there documentation on a
full merge?
Yes, take a look at the sample download..and look at the code behind that
button.

You can send any sql, or query to the merge.

So, the code to merge the current record is

MergeSingleWord
And, the code to merge a whole table, or query is:

MergeAllWord "sql or query name goes here"

there also additional options to print out the document, and even specify
the name of the document. Those things are outlined here:

http://www.members.shaw.ca/AlbertKal...rge/page2.html

The sample really only uses words' built in merge ability, but I make it
easry for "end" users who don't really know ms-access.

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Albert D. Kallal (Access MVP)
Edmonton, Alberta Canada
pl*****************@msn.com
May 23 '07 #2

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