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Look for the error before the segment highlighted in blue. Within Excel you can open another program and even develop a program within it using VBA.

Visible = True here; but your code will 'run faster if you don't make it visible 'Open the workbook Set o WB = o XL. Open(File Name:=Workbook To Work On) Set o Sheet = o WB. Everytime it offsets it opens the cell value say c:\forms\travel expenses ; if travel expenses is in the cell.

I have tried setting screenupdating, displayalerts, displaystatusbar = false but i still get the message and it shows the macro going to the next doc. Are you using office 2007 and when you run the code you are running in debug mode?

I have tried moving the screenupdating, displayalerts, displaystatusbar to different parts of the doc but i still get this. Display Status Bar = False For Each o Story In Current Doc. (that doesn't let you turn off screen updating..least I haven't found a way to do so for debuggin in 2007)Hey Malik thanks for your reply. Text End With Unload frm Title Set frm Title = Nothing Call Update Story Ranges(Active Document) Call Sheet Print Out Application.

Status Bar = Left$("Printing " & Excel FN & " for Doc " & Word FN, 300) 'Application. Text Box1 = "Document " & Word FN & " has the following forms attached: " & Chr(10) & Replace(Ex Fn List, "|", " . Screen Updating = False For Each o Story In Current Doc. I placed in the C drive and I made a folder called 'forms' in the C directory with a blank workbook called "index.xls" and I still had a problem running the code. Forms will have to be manually inserted and printed.

Built In Document Properties("Title") 'Update the Title Fields Call Update Story Ranges(b Doc) 'Application. On Time Now Time Serial(0, 0, 10), "Clear Status Bar" b Doc. Close savechanges:=wd Do Not Save Changes 'Application. Screen Updating = True End Sub Sub Update Story Ranges(Current Doc As Document) Application. Status Bar = "" Try this at different points in the code. I would like to test the code for you, but I'm going to need everything that is necessary.

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