Abstract: Finite Element Method (FEM) is the most popular numerical method used for a wide range of problems, from the aerospace industry to biomechanical engineering and many more diverse applications in between. In this paper, we will not focus on the method itself, nor its applications, but we will address one tedious commonality that all engineers face, no matter what kind of analysis they perform, and that is writing a report. In the most cases, the contract requires a detailed Word document featuring description of all load cases, filled with the images of Finite Element mesh, colored by the equivalent stress or strain, which must emphasize the most critical areas of the structure. There are many commercial FEM softwares, and every one of them has a special pre and post-processing modules, which all in some way or another have certain limitations. FEMAP is a program developed by Siemens PLM, and it is specifically designed for FEM pre and post-processing. FEMAP can generate input files for all relevant commercial FEM programs, and read results from their output files. One of the most powerful features of FEMAP is its customization using an Application Programming Interface (API). In this paper, we will show how to use this API for connecting FEMAP with MS Word, and generating images for the analysis report. The key sections of the developed Visual Basic script are explained, as well as the most important methods and properties of FEMAP Application Object, which are used to access the analysis model. Although presented method does not influence the numerical procedure, or construction changes made by engineers, it significantly speeds up design iterations during development of a new product, because for every new proposed version, a full set of FEM analysis must be performed, and reports for them created.