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Default Original form SaveAs new doc w/o original VBA

I have created a form in a Word document. This form is my original - my template. Many of the form fields are edited by underlying VBA.

When the user has completed his/her form, I want to SaveAs the form (I'll control the SaveAs through VBA, too) with a different file-name (determined by VBA). I want the SaveAs to preserve the logo (graphic), the formatting, etc. However, I do NOT want to include the VBA from my original "template" document. I would like to make sure that the form fields are converted to straight text, too.

Any ideas????

And thanks ! ! !
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