Automating pasting a column from Excel to Word

RRW

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I want to automate copying a column from Excel and pasting it into a new Word document and then saving the Word document with a particular name.

I have a long macro written in Excel’s visual basic that creates this one column with over 1000 entries. I run this macro every day. When it is done, I then use menus or the mouse to select the column, copy it, open a new document in Word, paste it into the document, and then save the document with a particular name. Because I’ve automated the creation of this document, I would like to take the final step to completely automate the process to open Word from Excel VB, paste the column, and save the Word document. Can this be done? How?
 

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RRW

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Thanks for the quick response. This looks like it has the information I need.

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