Creating library 'objects' in MS Word

  • 9 years ago


    I'm trying to find the best way of creating a set of default objects to use in MS word, without having to code them all into a VBA library. I'd like to be able to create a few tables with different dimentions and formatting styles, some blank forms, a collection of images with some standard text attached, that sort of thing.

    At the moment, the best way that I can think of is to place them all into a word document and then open that document, copy the required object and then paste it into the current document and close the library document. It just seems to be a lot of hassle if I could maybe have each of these as a hidden object in the original template.

    Any ideas?


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