Thanks for your advice.
When looking for CDO code, I came across Microsoft Visual Studio which apparently covers various coding systems. Who new there were so many?
Still haven't found a solution that I can make work.
Thank you for above response. I think you are reading my words correctly. Your response however does lead me to further queries.
Why would Microsoft build into Word the functionality of Developer field controls if a form created using them was not then apprpriate to be on a web server?
I've created a single page Word form using Developer text controls which is to be put on to our website and serve as a membership application form but, not being code-savvy, I'm finding picking through the different sets of VB code offered to get the job done to be a nightmare. The code will be...
I have an Access database within which two of its forms, apart from the fields you would expect to see, each have a multitude of hyperlinks, some linked to items within the database and some to either Word documents or templates.
Two of the Word templates contain fill-in fields, and...
Can anyone help with my mail merge headache?
I had planned to do a mail merge starting with a Word main document and an Access database query as the data source, then moving into Outlook as the mail handler.
In preparation, I created the Access query which filtered out all but the...
I've tried stripping a copy of the database, just leaving a couple of records but, in the procees, the chart becomes nonsense.
So, many thanks for your time and effort but I will pursue a solution through other channels.