I have not used the Word Macro, but suspect this would be easiest if you take your Word Tables and copy them into Excel.
When the macro is installed correctly, you should be able to define each of the columns in your spreadsheet to 'map' to a column in TD. When you hit "Export Test Cases", a window will come up that allows you to specify the Letter (in Excel) for each column in TD, and the information will then be imported row by row.
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The installation of the macro is a doddle as I am sure you have found out.
The macro once installed will give you a tollbar the next time you open MS WORD. Now although I did not use all the expected results and step icons - I did use the Open Subject / Close Subject and Test.
The way in which these need to be organized the MS WORD document is very similar to a IF and ENDIF stucture - I have attached a sample document so you can see what I mean.
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I tried to use Word Macro a couple of times (unsuccessfully) .
I got a perception that EXCEL macro is more reliable and user friendly.