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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by bobkatbf, Oct 2, 2007.

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  1. bobkatbf

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    How do I erase some items that show when I am filling out a sweeps form etc?

    I have old zip codes I want to delete etc.

    How do I delete ones with wrong spellings etc ?
    Or do I need to delete all?
     
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  3. bomb #21

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    What. Program. Is. This. For. ?.
     
  4. bobkatbf

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    But I don't want to create my own forms.
     
  7. bomb #21

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    I don't have much to do with Word. Jim does, he might well chip in.

    The main thing I believe is to clear the fields and save as a template. Then whenever you need to start from scratch, you open a new doc based on the (clean) template.

    HTH
     
  8. bobkatbf

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    Maybe this feature of aut fill-in is part of Office?
     
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    If it is a fill-in field you should be able to right-click on it and select "update field." This should make the fill-in or pop-up show again.
     
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