Here's what I have come up with. I know that there is much more Fleming contained in the films, but I am looking specifically for instances where each Bond actor has gotten to work directly from the creator.
A. Films that follow Fleming closely enough to give the actor plenty to work with in terms of actual Fleming dialogue (if not always verbatim, then in spirit and content) and direct scenarios. It's not even worth going into specifics with these examples.
FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY
B. Films that are fully or partially adapted from the works of Fleming that give the actor at least a significant scene or two that conform fairly faithfully to the original works in both dialogue and tone.
THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS (post-Title Sequence)
LICENCE TO KILL (finding Felix, the marine research facility)
CASINO ROYALE (aspects of the card game, torture scene, "the bitch is dead...")
C. Films in which the actor is only given a few lines of dialogue and/or a small scenario (or, often, partial scenario) from Fleming's original.
YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE (some of the exchanges with Tiger, wedding)
DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER (some of the discussion on diamonds, first meeting with Tiffany Case)
THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN (dialogue with Goodnight over dinner, recounting Scaramanga's origin)
LIVE AND LET DIE (Filet of Soul, some version of the Mr. Big, Tee Hee, Solitaire, Bond's finger scenario carries over)
OCTOPUSSY ( a loose version of the auction from THE PROPERTY OF A LADY)
A final category would be a simple line of dialogue, Brosnan in TWINE or Craig in NTTD, but that doesn't qualify for what I'm going for here.