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Sharepoint to Word Template Multiple Choice Questions

Hi - I was setting up my first flow from Sharepoint to Word Template yesterday and didn't realize that you want to select the field name with value at the end. However once I did for fields with multiple choice options I get a select options from previous step... but I have no idea what to do with that. I have about 3 or 4 fields with multiple choice options, so any help would be great. 




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Hello @nmartunas 

You will have to use a for each action and get all the values of the column, and for each of them, add to a string variable, so you can use it in Word.

Have a look at this example:



1) Get all the items in a list called "Tasks".

2) For each item.

3) Read the "Assigned To" colum, which is a multi-value one.

4) For each "Assigned To" value, we get the email and append it to a string variable separated by a ";".


So you should do something similar with all the columns with multiple values, and the user the variables when passing the data to Word.

Hope it helps!


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I appreciate those instructions, but being so new with Flow and especially this concept, I'm a little lost with where these variables should go in my flow.


here is what I have ....ok I don't have permissions to upload images...


anyways so I have 1st step when an Item is created coming from Sharepoint - step 2 is Populate to Microsoft word template.  and the first field in question is called Risk Assessment....


Ultimately what I am trying to do is print the info that is entered into this sharepoint site- either that be to PDF or paper, maybe I'm going about it the long way....or maybe this is the easiest way to do it...Any suggestions on that would be great.







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