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I'm using the following code:
ActiveDocument.TransferState "", "Reference"
to copy current selections to a reference state. In a fresh, empty qvw, it works as expected. So far, so good.
When I use the code into an existing qvw, assign the macro procedure to a button and press the button, I receive "Error parsing macro, functionality is lost" error.
But the macro has no error. Through tests, I see that the problem is the first empty parameter "". There's no problem when I use another state name.
I receive error even using the code: set a = trim(" ")
Or, is there any other way to reffer to default state? I tried to use "<inherited>", "$", "<default>"... no luck.
I found out that removing Section Access fixed my problem. Geez...
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I'm experiencing the same issue, were you able to get Copy States to work with Section Access?
Yes, when I'm using section access, the copy alternate state action is not work!
But I found out one secret...
I try to put another action in the same button before the "Copy State Contents" action,