I just gave it a try and it works ok, but what I did was with the report open I clicked on the OfficeLinks button in A2K and then Publish with Word. It automatically sent it to Word and in Landscape view just like my report, only it uses plain old bland text. Just thought I'd let you know.
you can do it programatically using the same command as your original post in this thread, simply replace acOutputTable with acOutputReport and substitute the report's name.
As for the formatting, that's about all you get. Output to Word does not bring lines, boxes, etc. from Access.
If you are looking for an editable "table" format, consider seting up a Form instead of a Report and output to Excel instead of Word.
The Report will output to Excel, but then Excel makes a best guess as to the data type of each field based on the data. A company that I consult for uses 9 digit Part ID's that sometimes begin with 0. When outputing a Report to Excel, it will always convert the values to numbers and therefore drop the leading zero. When outputing a Form to Excel, the format of the control is honored in Excel, the fields output in the same order as the tab order and the column titles match the control names.