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Word 2007 reusable text field

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In Word 2007 I want to put a few fields which when I fill them in will automatically update some other fields, which are related to the original field.

E.g. the first page contains
- Name of project
- Name of client
- Date of meeting

Then there is a lot of other text which should contain the same values of the previous mentioned items. Could someone provide me with a step by step on how to:
1. create the original field
2. create another field which automatically gets the same value

Cheers
CJ
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See #7 of this article.
http://gregmaxey.mvps.org/Repeating_Data.htm

Or you can also use the REF field referred to in the article.


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Thanks.
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Thank you.  Glad I was able to help.

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