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Old 08-14-2013, 10:18 AM
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I have the below code in a 2007 word document to be able to insert a future date, but the form is protected due to having form fields. I found an example of how to put in code to unprotect and protect again so that the future date macro works, however I don't know where to insert the code to protect the document again. I have the code in to unprotect it. Can someone please tell me what code needs to be put in to protect the document again and where to insert it?

Sub InsertFutureDate()
' Written by Graham Mayor and posted on the word.docmanagement
' newsgroup in March 2000
' Inserts a future date in a document - note that this is not a field
' Some style revisions and error handler by Charles Kenyon
'
Dim Message As String
Dim Mask As String
Dim Title As String
Dim Default As String
Dim Date1 As String


Dim MyValue As Variant
Dim MyText As String
Dim Var1 As String
Dim Var2 As String
Dim Var3 As String
Dim Var4 As String
Dim Var5 As String
Dim Var6 As String
Dim Var7 As String
Dim Var8 As String
'
Mask = "MMMM d, yyyy" ' Set Date format
Default = "7" ' Set default.
Title = "Plus or minus date starting with " & Format(Date, Mask)
Date1 = Format(Date, Mask)
Var1 = "Enter number of days by which to vary above date. " _
& "The number entered will be added to "
Var2 = Format(Date + Default, Mask) ' Today plus default (7)
Var3 = Format(Date - Default, Mask) ' Today minus default (7)
Var4 = ". The default ("
Var5 = ") will produce the date "
Var6 = ". Minus (-"
Var7 = ". Entering '0' (zero) will insert "
Var8 = " (today). Click cancel to quit."
MyText = Var1 & Date1 & Var4 & Default & Var5 & Var2 & Var6 _
& Default & Var5 & Var3 & Var7 & Date1 & Var8
ActiveDocument.Unprotect

'
' Display InputBox and get number of days
GetInput:
MyValue = InputBox(MyText, Title, Default)
'
If MyValue = "" Then
End 'quit subroutine
End If
'
On Error GoTo Oops ' just in case user typed non-number
Selection.InsertBefore Format((Date + MyValue), Mask)
Selection.Collapse (wdCollapseEnd)
End 'End subroutine
'
Oops: ' error handler in case user types something other than a number
'
MsgBox Prompt:="Sorry, only a number will work, please try again.", _
Buttons:=vbExclamation, _
Title:="A number is needed here."
ActiveDocument.Protect Type:=wdAllowOnlyFormFields, _
NoReset:=True


GoTo GetInput

End Sub
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