Excel/Format Word Document via VBA
I am currently using Excel 2007 and Word 2007. I have a sheet in excel that has several checkboxes. When a user clicks a checkbox(s)and hits the "Run" button at the bottom of the form, the VBA will open a word document (2007) and list the link corresponding to the checkbox. Example: Checkbox - Brand Name Required will open the link to "Brand Name required". Here's my problem. I want to be able to format the word document with underlining and bolding the headings and insert a border. Additionally, maybe bullets with an empty checkbox for the user to check off when they have all items requested. I will be happy to send the document for viewing to a private email due to sensitivity.
I would suggest that any standard formatting is saved in the document being opened (I'd have it as a template and create a new document based on that template). Any other formatting etc is easy enough - you can actually record the "macro" in word, and then copy the VBA to excel - simply ensuring you are referencing a word object - it's not clear from the question how much you already know/have in place, so I have been a little general. Happy to look at the document - my personal email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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