Fill Out Word through Power Apps No Premium Licenses Needed This is my second attempt at explaining how to Populate Documents using SharePoint Content Types and Quick Parts using MS Word. There are no Power Automate Premium Connectors required for this method! With SharePoint, Power Apps, and Power Automate you can get by with all those features to populate documents. You can do people pickers in Power Apps, you can do choice fields in Power Apps, then using single line text columns in SharePoint you can populate any word document! Just Store a Word Template in your Site Assets, Fill out the required info, then populate create a new document using Power Automate! My name is Andrew Hess, if you like this content please like and subscribe so I can create more!
In this tutorial, Andrew Hess demonstrates how to populate documents using SharePoint Content Types and Quick Parts with MS Word. This method does not require Power Automate Premium Connectors and relies on SharePoint, Power Apps, and Power Automate to achieve the desired results. By utilizing people pickers and choice fields within Power Apps, users can easily populate any word document. The process involves creating site columns, site content types, uploading document templates, and adding document properties. This allows a seamless integration of PowerApps and Power Automate, creating a powerful solution for document population.
The main topic of this text is how to use Power Apps, Power Automate and SharePoint to fill out Word documents without the need for a Premium Licenses. To do this, one needs to create site columns, content types, turn on and add content types, create a template, upload the document template and add document properties to the template. Once the template is re-uploaded with the properties, Power Automate can be used to create a new document.
Microsoft Word, Power Apps, Power Automate, SharePoint Content Types, Quick Parts, Document Properties, Site Columns, Site Content Types, Template Populating, Andrew Hess