Printing with Microsoft Word Templates

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Arlene Swedberg

When printing Outlook form data to a Word template, does
it matter:

How many pages are in your form?
How many controls are in your form?
Which order you reference your controls when printing?

I have been successful in the past, but the form I am
currently working on has several pages with a total of
100 data fields, plus additional controls.

Arlene
 
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Patricia Cardoza - [MVP Outlook]

I've done what you're trying to do with easily that number of fields. What
problems are you running into?
 
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Arlene Swedberg

-----Original Message-----
I've done what you're trying to do with easily that number of fields. What
problems are you running into?

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Patricia Cardoza
Outlook MVP

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None of the form fields are populating at this point. I
usually have some that don't populate, but once I make
sure that they are bound to fields in the folder, not the
form, they will work. Before I go through rechecking them
and matching which order they are in, I wanted to make
sure that something else wasn't causing the proplem. So
the order in which they are referenced doesn't matter then?

Thanks for your help,

Arlene
 
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Arlene Swedberg

-----Original Message-----

usually have some that don't populate, but once I make
sure that they are bound to fields in the folder, not the
form, they will work. Before I go through rechecking them
and matching which order they are in, I wanted to make
sure that something else wasn't causing the proplem. So
the order in which they are referenced doesn't matter then?

Thanks for your help,

Arlene
.
I have checked all Word form fields and Outlook fields to
verify that the code matches the field names, but I still
can't get even one field to populate in Word. Any
suggestions?

Arlene
 
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Patricia Cardoza - [MVP Outlook]

Can you post your code? What versions of both products are you using?
 

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