|re: Alas, I do not know how to employ Chr(9) or vbTab while creating a macro.|
In your first post you mentioned that you were recording the macro. I am not a Word macro expert, but if the macro recorder works the same as it does in Excel (and I'm sure it does) there are a lot of steps that don't get recorded. There is also a lot of unnecessary stuff that does get recorded, so you usually end up with bloated code when using the recorder.
In cases other than the simplest of recorded macros, the user usually has to go into the VBA editor and add the steps that weren't recorded and clean-up the bloated code to make it more efficient.
As I said, I'm not a Word VBA expert (Excel is where I hang out) but I can sometimes stumble my way through VBA for Word. If you would like me to look at your code and see if I can help add the instruction to insert the tab, you'll need to post the code and tell me when/where you think the tab instruction should be.
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