I have been applying for Freelance VBA jobs on several of the big Job Boards for some time now.  It is a highly competitive marketplace where your bid (response) document must be concise, precise and convince the poster that you have the skills necessary to get the job done.  Think of my bid as a cover letter for any job they have requirements and you have skills and experience you want to match them up with.
Their requirements regularly call for many of the same skill sets.  Rather than find, copy, and then paste from previous bids, I wanted a way to capture and organize my responses for the next bid. What I came up with is my Simple Smart Document Word tool. I suspect there a million uses for the technology of having an updatable Microsoft Access Database at your fingertips while you are creating a Word document.    
Now if you have an idea for an implementation of the Simple Smart Document Tool but, feel your time learning a bit of VBA, Access and Word ODBC is better spent elsewhere, I am happy to set it up for you.  I charge $25 to automate your document with your letterhead. Just contact me, provide me with your categories and you can be an hour away from more productivity.  Otherwise download the Access database and Word document below.  I have left the code open for you to modify it to suit your needs.
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Raymond Mills, M.B.A., M.S.  has spent over 20 years of his career as Accountant, Investment Bank and Credit Card Technical Auditor/ Data Analyst.  His specialty was using Excel to get Big Databases including Teradata, Oracle,  Squel Server and Sybase to give up their secrets.
Ray has said “I love nothing better than using VBA to unleash the power of Microsoft Office.” You can contact Ray @ 484 574-3190 or by emailing him Here