lundi 20 avril 2015

MS Access 2010 - How can I tie an entry text box to a VBA command that opens a MS Word file based on user's entry?

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Function Openword(conPath As String)
Dim appword As Word.Application
Dim doc As Word.Document

On Error Resume Next
Error.Clear
Set appword = GetObject(, "word.application")
If Err.Number <> 0 Then
Set appword = New Word.Application
appword.Visible = True
End If
Set doc = appword.Documents.Open(conPath, , True)
appword.Activate

Set doc = Nothing
Set appword = Nothing




End Function

Private Sub Command5_Click()
Dim mydoc As String
mydoc = "J:\3 - Client Services\Nestle\1-Programs\12229709.docx"
Call Openword(mydoc)
End Sub

So far I have made the code that will open a specific file when the button on the form is clicked. However, there are a ton of these files that the user needs to be able to select and open. To keep it simple, I want them to be able to open the Word file by simply typing in the name of the file and clicking a button that will find and open it. The name of the file in the example above is simply 12229709.docx, but there are other files similar to it (e.g. 12172029, 12124057...) all in the same location. I want there to be a text box where the user can enter in the number and the button will check that specific folder for a file name with that number in it (without having to add the ".docx" if possible). How do I go about doing this?

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