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Microsoft Work 2000 question

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by cjoosting2000@gmail.com, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. cjoosting2000@gmail.com

    cjoosting2000@gmail.com
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    Ok. So I am working on a webpage for a customer who is using Macrosoft
    works 2000 to put all of his product information into a database. My
    question is, is there any way to copy info from the data base over to
    microsoft word without losing the table? (I have tried selecting a
    region and copying it, but all it does is copy the information. When I
    paste it there is no table, just the information copied floating on the
    page...)
    Any suggestions would be awsome! Thanks!
     
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  3. Rick B

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    This is an Access newsgroup. You are asking about Works and Works. You
    will probably find much better information in a Works or a Word newsgroup.

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    Rick B



    <cjoosting2000@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:1148574452.924815.217460@j55g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
    > Ok. So I am working on a webpage for a customer who is using Macrosoft
    > works 2000 to put all of his product information into a database. My
    > question is, is there any way to copy info from the data base over to
    > microsoft word without losing the table? (I have tried selecting a
    > region and copying it, but all it does is copy the information. When I
    > paste it there is no table, just the information copied floating on the
    > page...)
    > Any suggestions would be awsome! Thanks!
    >
     
  4. Larry Daugherty

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    You'll have better luck posting to a newsgroup devoted to Works.

    THIS newsgroup is for MS Access, the database application.

    HTH
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    <cjoosting2000@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:1148574452.924815.217460@j55g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
    > Ok. So I am working on a webpage for a customer who is using

    Macrosoft
    > works 2000 to put all of his product information into a database. My
    > question is, is there any way to copy info from the data base over

    to
    > microsoft word without losing the table? (I have tried selecting a
    > region and copying it, but all it does is copy the information. When

    I
    > paste it there is no table, just the information copied floating on

    the
    > page...)
    > Any suggestions would be awsome! Thanks!
    >
     
  5. John Vinson

    John Vinson
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    On 25 May 2006 09:27:33 -0700, cjoosting2000@gmail.com wrote:

    >Ok. So I am working on a webpage for a customer who is using Macrosoft
    >works 2000 to put all of his product information into a database. My
    >question is, is there any way to copy info from the data base over to
    >microsoft word without losing the table? (I have tried selecting a
    >region and copying it, but all it does is copy the information. When I
    >paste it there is no table, just the information copied floating on the
    >page...)
    >Any suggestions would be awsome! Thanks!


    I'd suggest you repost in a newsgroup supporting Word, or Works. This
    newsgroup is for a different program, Microsoft Access.

    John W. Vinson[MVP]
     
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