Updating fields in ms word
At this point, the questions you need to ask yourself are: Must the form with fillable fields be a PDF?Is there any reason why it can’t be a Word document?Taking care of the common cases is good enough for me. Sub Update All Fields In(doc As Document) '' Update tables. Update Next toc Dim tof As Table Of Figures For Each tof In doc. In fact, it's ok if I have to run the macro two or three times before it stabilizes. We do this first so that they contain all necessary '' entries and so extend to their final number of pages. to reflect any changes you make, such as inserting new tables/figures/sections, or moving existing ones to other places in the document, or deleting some of them.It’s actually very easy to do, so here’s how: Once you’ve updated the caption numbering and the x-refs, you may need to update the automated Table of Contents (TOC), List of Tables (LOT), and List of Figures (LOF) too.
During a Business Requirements meeting with an existing client (who is considering moving to Office 365), a business challenge surfaced that piqued my interest. Next Story Range '' FIXME: for footnotes, endnotes and comments, I get a pop-up '' "Word cannot undo this action. In fact without the option some fields are updated but not all.