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Sending commands to Microsoft Word Application

Sending commands to Microsoft Word Application

Sending commands to Microsoft Word Application

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While sending field values to word document (creating memo or letter from access to word application) only those fields are transferred where the values are present otherwise the process stops as soon as it encounters a null value and we get a message “Run time error ‘94’  Invalid use of null”.  Please suggest a solution.

  Thanks.

RE: Sending commands to Microsoft Word Application


If Not IsNull(ValueYou'reSending) Then
   'Do whatever youre doing now
Else
   'Substitute a zero or some other acceptable value for
   'the null
End If

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