Access Archon: Working with Word is a book that helps you get data from Microsoft Access to Microsoft Word. Works for Office 2010, Office 2007, Office 2003 and Office XP in one volume.
Access Archon: Working with WORD
Using Word and Access together for great results
by Helen Feddema - Editor of the Access Watch newsletters and many Access books.
Access Archon: Working with WORD - Using Word and Access together for great results
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Access Archon: Working with Word

From the makers of more than a dozen popular MS Office books and the newsletters.

Word and Access in
• Office 2010
• Office 2007
• Office 2003
• Office XP (2002)
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"Using Word and Access together for great results"

Access report features only go so far.  If you want to create elaborately formatted documents filled with Access data then you have to work with Word.

Helen Feddema, editor of Access Watch, shows you many different ways to put your Access data into Word documents.

There are five methods of getting Access data into Word documents, Access Archon: Working with Word (second edition) goes through all five of them discussing the advantages and disadvantages.

Separate chapters describe how to create Word documents filled with Access data using Word document properties, bookmarks, the TypeText method, mail merge and now also document properties.

There is also a discussion of using Word form fields (or, for Word 2007, content controls) to allow users entry of additional data into documents produced from Access and a technique for embedding templates in OLE Object or Attachment type fields is described, for an idiot-proof way of delivering Word templates for use in exporting Access data.

There’s even the possibility of user entry of more data on-the-fly, and especially if you want to produce separate documents to save in folders on your computer, the best method is to create Word documents from templates in VBA code, and fill them with data from Access.

Finally, Helen gives tips on debugging your VBA code.

The ebook comes with detailed examples, sample databases with working code and Word templates ready for you to use in your own projects.  Supplied files come in Office 2007/2010 (.accdb/.dotx) and Office 2003/XP (.mdb/.dot) formats.

Five ways to get data from Access to Word, depending on your need.
• Pros and Cons of each method.
• Sample code for each method.
• Code and details for Access & Word 2002 (XP) through Access & Word 2010
• Access debugging tips from an expert
• Over 90 pages of original content

About Helen Feddema
Since 1992 Helen Feddema has been delving into the dark secrets of Microsoft Access.  the result has been her Access Archon columns for Office Watch and Access Watch.
Office 2010
- Access 2010, Word 2010 Office 2007
- Access 2007, Word 2007  Office 2003
- Access 2003, Word 2003 Office XP
- Access 2002, Word 2002
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