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moving the email templates from Excel to Word document

moving the email templates from Excel to Word document

moving the email templates from Excel to Word document

(OP)
Hi,

I have multiple Email templates in Excel. These templates are in each column.
I want this templates to be converted to Word document, so each template will fall in each page.

for e.g. if there are 5 templates in 5 columns (Column A - E). Content of column A will page 1 of Word doc,content of column B will be page 2 & so on. I have attached sample file for reference.

How can this be done using VBA.

TIA,
RAJ

RE: moving the email templates from Excel to Word document

So you have an Excel file that looks like this:
     A            B               ...
1 Product    sub-category
2 Health     Appointment fixed
  Checkups   Cancelled
             Rescheduled
3 ...  

How do you want it to have in Word?
Cells A1 and A2 on first page? B1 and B2 on second, and so on...?

And what does it have to do with "e-mail templates"?

BTW - If you are looking for a VBA solution, you should ask your question in forum707: VBA Visual Basic for Applications (Microsoft)


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RE: moving the email templates from Excel to Word document

(OP)
I did manage it without VBA/macros.

Thanks.

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