Sign up now! Word 2003 and earlier work fine even if the document is on a network drive. Thanks Ronald. 0 Message Author Comment by:matt_swinburne ID: 144107892005-07-11 I have a slight problem Ronald. If the document is on the local machine (e.g. his comment is here
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All of the individual suite applications are supported here, so please post your question in the relevant section for help. Word 2003 and earlier work fine even if the document is on a network > drive. > > The document at > http://cid-75e3e350f569b887.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/.Public/Bug%2038/Bug38^_Reproduce%20for%20MSDN.doc can be used to recreate the problem. Sorry to waste your time but it would probably be better for when the macro is run it prompts the user to save the document? 0 LVL 25 Overall: Level
becos i am a little lost..... 0 Message Author Comment by:matt_swinburne ID: 144130122005-07-11 I have this so far; If ActiveDocument.Saved = False Then MsgBox Ben, Mar 18, 2008, in forum: VBA Developer Replies: 8 Views: 1,101 Bruce Peters Nov 20, 2008 Word VBA: Application.Version Runtime Error 13 with some languages Julian Ladbury, Jan 16, 2010, Julian Ladbury, Jun 7, 2010 #5 Colbert Zhou [MSFT] Guest Sure. They allow you to create self-contained objects that encapsulate functionality.
Thanks again for reporting. "Julian Ladbury" wrote: > Yes Colbert, the workaround does the trick for me. > > Presumably you will be reporting this as a bug? Changing the Source toSource:=ActiveDocument.FullNamegot rid of the "File not found" error. Server Error 404 - File or directory not found. Word 2003 and earlier work fine even if the document is on a network drive.
One thing though is that they want rather more than just the font size changing.. Eg, if the document is formated thus; 3. [EXCLUSION OF SECURITY OF TENURE 3.1 The parties confirm that: (a) the Landlord served a notice on the Tenant, as required by section We'll get it working :-) 0 Message Author Comment by:matt_swinburne ID: 143882782005-07-07 Thanks! This article contains information that shows you how to fix Runtime Error 4149 both (manually) and (automatically) , In addition, this article will help you troubleshoot some common error messages related
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LVL 25 Overall: Level 25 Visual Basic Classic 2 Message Expert Comment by:RonaldBiemans ID: 143951232005-07-08 you can change the default style aswell, meaning if you just use that style everthing should http://cdhca.org/runtime-error/iis-runtime-error-an-application-error-occurred-on-the-server.php Ideallly though the 1st idea sounds better although they wouldnt know it had been saved? Hopefully you will be able to help with that or maybe it already works but until I speak to the guy to find the document I will have trouble. OK the macro currently does most of the changes - double line spacing etc.
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could you help me with the coding? 0 LVL 25 Overall: Level 25 Visual Basic Classic 2 Message Expert Comment by:RonaldBiemans ID: 144108732005-07-11 Yep, just a second :-) 0 You will only need to watch the value (you don't need to stop on change or anything). The users are bound to try it and I dont want an error to come up.
Set oSourceDoc = Documents.Open("c:\test2.doc") Apoligies if I am being dim! 0 LVL 25 Overall: Level 25 Visual Basic Classic 2 Message Expert Comment by:RonaldBiemans ID: 143868092005-07-07 no you can just The sample code is provided on an "AS IS" basis. So the Test function changes to, Sub test() Dim d As Document Set d = Documents.Add d.SaveAs (d.FullName) Call BWordCopyDocumentStyles(ThisDocument, d) End Sub This will make sure the document is available Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?
Microsoft Office Forums Forums > Archive > Newsgroup Archive > Microsoft Office > VBA Developer > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current See Trademarks or appropriate markings. To unlock all features and tools, a purchase is required. check over here which would makes the function OrganizerCopy fail ... 0 Message Author Comment by:matt_swinburne ID: 143766912005-07-06 So the document that the module is inserted into needs to be saved?