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MS Word 2003 Forms

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by lotsacats, Sep 2, 2008.

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  1. lotsacats

    lotsacats Thread Starter

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    Hi, I am creating a form in Word 2003 (Running over Window XP Professional). I have inserted a field called Sdate and on the next line Firstname. When I reference the field Firstname in other parts of the document, it also includes the field Sdate.
    So my result looks like this:
    Dear Sdate
    Firstname
    instead of
    Dear Firstname

    I am having no problems with referencing other fields, only these two. I have removed the date field and put it back in and still the same result.

    Hope this makes sense and hope you can help.

    Lotsacats
     
  2. Yorkshire Guy

    Yorkshire Guy

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    Hi lotsacats,

    Are you using Bookmarks as Field References?
    Maybe the Ref for Firstname also spans the previous line including Sdate:

    In Tools /Options/View tick the Bookmarks box and then check if the square brackets [ ] are like this:

    [Sdate
    Firstname]

    If so, delete the bookmark for Firstname and recreate it ensuring it only covers the Firstname line.

    HTH
    Hew
     
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