Can you do this update routine in the software successfully (without Labview)?
If so, record a macro of your actions and use the macro code to determine the Active X objects that are needed to do it externally.
with Active X Or to do a print preview of the word (with the option updates fields selected in the options of Word) and then add some modification before saving and closing the documents ???
I am new with Labview and I really do not know how to do this...
Hi everybody, Is there a way to update all the fields as explained here (Update a cross-reference from one page to another)https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Create-or-update-a-cross-reference-aa35c606-34e8-4c64-b6eb-... Actually I am just looking for a way to update/refresh the entire word (fields, cross-reference etc) before closing it.
in order to update cross-references linked to bookmarks in a word template before closing it while appending some texts and pictures ? I do not know if it feasible using a Active X command or something else....
In general, if a field or field equivalent is also available via a menu command, a toolbar button, or some other part of the Word interface, you should always use the interface method.
It saves times and reduces the chances that you'll make a mistake.That was how to add the word count into the document using Microsoft Word 2016 on the Mac.If you have any questions or comments, please leave them in the space below. A field is a miniprogram that generates or calculates a result and then displays that result in your document or stores it in a bookmark.Each field consists of code that resides inside a placeholder that you can put anywhere inside your document.I am trying to use my Mac for something I was trained on at work for.