Excel: Edit Word Table columns width from Excel vba macro

Hi everyone, I spent hours trying to find a way to edit each column width of a word table from an excel macro and the best I could find is a way to edit every column to the same width, which is not enough. The following code does : - Open an existing Word file - Open an existing Excel file - Copy a range in the Excel file - Paste the selection into Word file - Edit the new table created in the Word file It's the editing part that's causing problem. Here's a video of what I want from this macro in the table editing part : http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=37631956073752272221 (open it wih any web browser) I have no problem to set all my rows height to 0.5 cm because I want the same height for every row. I used Rows.SetHeight function (as you can see in my code). But when it comes to setting every column individually, I really don't know what to do. I found some pieces of code that seems to only work in a Word VBA macro like

ActiveDocument.Table.Columns(1).Width = 30
Thank you very much for your help!
Sub test()
    folder_Modules_xls = "C:\Modules"
    path_template_report = "C:\template_report.docx"
    'Get all the selected modules and deduct Bookmarks by removing extension (*.xls or *.xlsx)
    SelectedModules = "test.xlsx"
    'OPEN main Word File
    Set objWord = CreateObject("Word.Application")
    Set objDoc = objWord.Documents.Open(path_template_report)
    objWord.Visible = True
    'Extract Bookmark that will be used in word file.
    Bookmarks = Left(SelectedModules, WorksheetFunction.Search(".", SelectedModules) - 1)
    'OPEN Excel file to print into the main Word file
    Set wb = Workbooks.Open(folder_Modules_xls & "\" & SelectedModules)
    'READ the number of range name in the xls file corresponding to the number of print area
    printAreaQty = ActiveWorkbook.Names.Count
    'rRange = RecoverNameRange("Print_Area1")
'In the Word file, go to the corresponding bookmark
'Skip a line
    objWord.Selection.TypeText (vbCrLf) 'return carriage
    'Select the print area #1 in the xls file
    'Paste the table at the selected bookmark in the main word doc.
    Application.CutCopyMode = False
    'CUSTOMIZE THE TABLE (the newest)
    With objDoc.Tables(objDoc.Tables.Count)
        .AutoFitBehavior wdAutoFitWindow 'fit to the page
        .Rows.SetHeight RowHeight:=objWord.CentimetersToPoints(0.5), HeightRule:=wdRowHeightExactly 'adjust row height
    End With
'Close Excel file
    Workbooks(SelectedModules).Close SaveChanges:=False
    Set wb = Nothing
    Set objWord = Nothing
    Set objDoc = Nothing
End Sub

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