Updating fields in ms word

15-Jan-2020 12:33

Until all my pages were letter, I could not remove the next page section break. in the menu (in XP – in Later Versions, go to page setup). Change the Section Start from “New Page” to “Continuous” using the drop down arrow. But this allows you to change a section break’s behavior.

UPDATE 10/10/2014: See update for a potential better way to fix stubborn next page section breaks that won’t delete. Problem: Word has an extra page at the end that you can’t delete, and when you turn on the Show/Hide codes function a “Section Break (Next Page)” appears after your text. It appears that Word is insistent on always moving back any Next Page Section breaks if deleted. Barnhill’s comment on Wugnet UPDATE 10/10/2014: Cherry Berry made a great comment below that fixes some of the more persistent next page section breaks: “At the bottom-right corner of the window next to the size slider, there should be 5 icons.

The spreadsheet has some Macros in it which auto-update parts of the spreadsheet internally.

Everything is working fine, except for updating the links in the Word documents.

Then Ctrl A and F9 and everything should sort itself out.

Captions are fields - Unfortunately fields (like caption fields) are only updated on specific actions, like opening of the document, printing, switching from print view to normal view, etc.

When trying to update a link in Word by right-clicking on it and selecting the "update link" option it brings up the Macro warning dialog for the spreadsheet, asking whether I want to activate Macros or not.

It doesn't do this just once but constantly during the 20s or so the update process takes (which seems unusually long to me). Also, I was wondering if it is possible to set a document to not ask for updating the links every time you open it (I mean, without running a Macro at launch).

The easiest way to force updating of all (caption) fields when you want it is by doing the following: Ah, indeed.

That was not clear to me from your question (maybe edit it? To work around the issue you are describing, I always copy an existing image and caption to a new location.

Captions are fields - Unfortunately fields (like caption fields) are only updated on specific actions, like opening of the document, printing, switching from print view to normal view, etc.When trying to update a link in Word by right-clicking on it and selecting the "update link" option it brings up the Macro warning dialog for the spreadsheet, asking whether I want to activate Macros or not.It doesn't do this just once but constantly during the 20s or so the update process takes (which seems unusually long to me). Also, I was wondering if it is possible to set a document to not ask for updating the links every time you open it (I mean, without running a Macro at launch).The easiest way to force updating of all (caption) fields when you want it is by doing the following: Ah, indeed.That was not clear to me from your question (maybe edit it? To work around the issue you are describing, I always copy an existing image and caption to a new location.Delete them.” I’ve included a picture to show the draft button at the bottom right of the window.