• Great post. Could this be done using a custom list instead of a document library? I have a similar need but all my information is contained in a sharepoint custom list.


    • To spit out a document, though… you’d at least need to have a document library to use as a staging area, and the library would need to have all the same metadata as the list. Flow can even add the document as an attachment to your SP list item at the end, there’s an action for that.


  • Excelent post! I’m developing a solution using quick parts, however when i try to save this document as PDF from Microsoft Flow using Plumsail it does not show the quick part data, only the tags 😦 Do you know any solution? Thanks in advace


  • Thanks for this post. It came at the right moment. I have was looking for a solution with the same problem. I followed your instruction but when I send the e-mail the attachment still shows only the template and not the values. The Word document has all the values in it.


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