How to compile and edit a template

Hi to all,
given that I use UIpath Studio 2019,4.5 Enterprice LIcence,
I would need to compile a template, copying some data from Celonis.

It is my first job with Office package. So far it has not been necessary.
And I believe that compiling a template is not one of the simplest things for a bot. (maybe)
At least, it’s not for me.

Fortunately, (I think), the elements I need to collect are already divided into the tree I need to keep on the template.

Template Process mining guide.docx (40,9 KB)

I have the empty template, but I don’t know how to collect the data, and put it in its place.

Has anyone ever done a job like this?
Do you have a xaml that I can use as a starting point?

Thanks a lot to anyone who can help me.
I understand it’s not easy … but I don’t know where to start.

Aaron

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