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I want to copy text from a card in Trello to a word document where I am writing a book. How?

I need to copy a card from Trello into a word document. I have organized info for a book but now need to put it into a word document where I am writing. It only lets me copy a card. Please help? Without this ability, Trello is worthless to me, as I learned it to organize this big task. 

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@Liz Lassa 

I have a client that uses Trello card details to populate a Google Doc contracts in Zapier.  You can explore that route. 

Thank you for the suggestion. I don’t use Zapier. Just want to use with a basic Word document. Do you know if Trello experts are on this board or do I need to contact them somewhere else? 

milynnus Rising Star Feb 17, 2022

@Liz Lassa 

I have done a quick check on Power Up and there is none for document merge with Word. Therefore you need some tool to gather the data on the card and merge it to a document template. As I have said, I worked with Google Doc and I used Zapier to facilitate the workflow trigger to merged the data (mainly cardname, description, and custom fields) and create the merged document in Google Drive.

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