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Saving web forms as a word doc


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Hi,

I used Word to create a form that is to be used on the local intranet.

It is formatting an viewing correctly, the lists, radio and check boxes are working fine.

What I need to do is save the form as a word document once it is filled out. I have tried doing a save as but it doesn't maintain the contect of the forms.

Is there an easy way I can add a "Save As" button that will save and keep the form content?

Many thanks,

Neil


PS. I had tried to post this before but had PC trouble at point of submission. Thought it had saved but can no longer find the post. :whistling:
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On the web page, can you click edit, select all, edit, copy

In Word, click edit, paste special

If HTML does not work, perhaps one of the other options will
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