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  1. Instead of going to a 3rd-party app like Advanced...

    Instead of going to a 3rd-party app like Advanced Installer Pro 11 (who knows exactly what it does?), you should have followed the process at: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/928218 . You...
  2. In that case, you might need to uninstall &...

    In that case, you might need to uninstall & reinstall Office.
  3. Have you tried repairing the Office installation...

    Have you tried repairing the Office installation (e.g. via Word Options|Resources|Diagnose or via Start > Windows Control Panel > Programs > Programs & Features > Microsoft Office (version) > Change...
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    Well, that's not how a DOCPROPERTY field works. A...

    Well, that's not how a DOCPROPERTY field works. A DOCPROPERTY field can only output its own content - in this case, literally whatever text 'Document_Row_<#>_Name' contains.
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    How are you populating the tables? A DOCPROPERTY...

    How are you populating the tables? A DOCPROPERTY field can be inserted into any cell to display the corresponding content there.
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    [SOLVED] For example: Sub GetData()...

    For example:

    Sub GetData()
    Application.ScreenUpdating = False
    Dim strFolder As String, strFile As String, strRng As String
    Dim xlTgt As Workbook, xlSrc As Workbook, i As Long
    Set xlTgt =...
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    Cross-posted at:...

    Cross-posted at: http://www.eileenslounge.com/viewtopic.php?f=26&t=22338

    JudyL: Please read our policy on Cross-Posting in rule #14 -...
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    [SOLVED] Personally, I'd leave it as an Excel macro, coded...

    Personally, I'd leave it as an Excel macro, coded along the lines of:

    Sub GetData()
    Application.ScreenUpdating = False
    Dim strFolder As String, strFile As String
    Dim xlTgt As Workbook, xlSrc As...
  9. [SOLVED] Might I suggest that, before rushing in to code...

    Might I suggest that, before rushing in to code something, you use the macro recorder to simulate what you're trying to do (as far as possible) and see what code it produces. A review of the...
  10. [SOLVED] It's not exactly clear what you're trying to do....

    It's not exactly clear what you're trying to do. Assuming you want to apply a Style that exists in a table cell to some content found elsewhere in the document and represented by the wildcard...
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    That'd be charities of the 'charity begins at...

    That'd be charities of the 'charity begins at home' kind, no doubt...
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    So, if the claim never materializes, BC pockets...

    So, if the claim never materializes, BC pockets all those 'fighting fund' donations? Nice little earner...
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    Since you can't store macros in CSV files, that's...

    Since you can't store macros in CSV files, that's not going to happen. In any event, you don't really need to open the files in Excel to add the 'date' part to each line - that could be done via a...
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    Unless there's a space between the ? and ", I...

    Unless there's a space between the ? and ", I can't see how you'd be getting that behaviour - it certainly isn't normal for either straight quotes or smart quotes, regardless of whether they follow...
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    Methinks you protest too much... You seem far...

    Methinks you protest too much... You seem far more interested in disputing the solution offered (without trying it for yourself) than solving the OP's problem.
  16. [SOLVED] Try: Sub CreateModuleDocuments()...

    Try:

    Sub CreateModuleDocuments()
    Application.ScreenUpdating = False
    ' Note: Requires a reference to Microsoft Visual Basic For Applications Extensibility
    ' and the user running the code must...
  17. [SOLVED] Sure, one could use a macro to loop through all...

    Sure, one could use a macro to loop through all .bas files in a folder, create a document with the same filename and import the .bas module into the document's VBE, but why? Surely you'd do better to...
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    There are numerous ways of skinning that cat,...

    There are numerous ways of skinning that cat, without having to highlight anything. For example, you could add whichever parts of:

    If .Found = True Then
    i = i + 1
    strFndT =...
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    Nowhere does the article say it's limited to...

    Nowhere does the article say it's limited to ProPlus. Sure, it's primarily aimed at that but, on my reading, the Office 2013 Deployment Tool allows anyone with Administrator access to customize and...
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    Have you tried toggling Word's field code display...

    Have you tried toggling Word's field code display on/off (e.g. via Option-F9)?
  21. Try: Sub FindRGBColors()...

    Try:

    Sub FindRGBColors()
    Application.ScreenUpdating = False
    Dim i As Long, Rng As Range
    With ActiveDocument.Tables(1)
    For i = 2 To .Rows.Count
    Set Rng = .Cell(i, 1).Range
    Rng.End =...
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    Did you read the content below the heading...

    Did you read the content below the heading "Understand how long you can continue to use the Office 2013 version"?
  23. You do realise that the colour palette displays...

    You do realise that the colour palette displays your 'Recent colours' below the std set?

    Sure, if you prefix the coloured strings with a tag, a wildcard Find could be used to locate them - even...
  24. Close, but not exactly. Everything has a colour...

    Close, but not exactly. Everything has a colour (unless you want to be picky and say black isn't a colour); otherwise you couldn't see it. That said, you could use Find/Replace to hide or delete...
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    I have already posted a links showing how to do...

    I have already posted a links showing how to do that...
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