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    Automatically copying a document's properties (Word 2000)

    I'm looking for a way - a macro? a template? that will allow me to automatically copy all the filled-in document properties (Summary & Custom in particular) from one Word document to another.

    Any ideas?

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    Simon

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    Re: Automatically copying a document's properties (Word 2000)

    First, if your document is a template and you create a new document based upon the template, the document properties will be copied.

    Second, you can do this via VBA. See <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.mvps.org/word/FAQs/MacrosVBA/DSOFile.htm> How can I get access to the Document Properties of a Word file without opening the document?</A>.
    Charles Kyle Kenyon
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