Populating a Table in a Microsoft Word Template


I’ve having the same issue described in this post and have tried to the iterator/aggregator approach but I get the same result.

Can anyone provide a little more detail on this or another solution to get values from an array to create/populate additional rows in the table?

Here is the Word table:

And here is the Make.com setup:

Thank you.

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I’ve solved this on my own. Unlike the post linked to above I’ve found that the iterator needs to flow directly to the Microsoft Word Templates. Also the module should be the “Fill a document with a batch of data module” instead of the “Fill out a document module” I had been using previously. After lots of testing iterations that’s the combination that solved it for me.


Heya @jlind welcome to the community :blob_wave:

I just want to quickly say congrats on figuring this one out on your own :clap:

Also, thank you very much for keeping the community in mind and for stepping back here and sharing what did the final trick with the rest of us. This can prove super helpful to many others who are looking for similar info down the road. :pray:

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