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Using this method (via the Macro recorder) just shows me how to use Selection to obtain one table, whereas if I try to select multiple tables, the macro is written to grab the text between them as well, which is not what I'm after. Do you have any insight into how to use a range of multiple tables with the Tables collection?

Put another way, how can I specify a range of 1..lastTable using the Tables collection instead of looping? Dave Roth has an excellent example using Paragraphs, but I don't seem to be able to use Tables in the same way, likely a result of my own misunderstanding.

In reply to Re^2: How can I copy and paste a range of tables in Word with Win32::OLE? by romandas
in thread How can I copy and paste a range of tables in Word with Win32::OLE? by romandas

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