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How to chnage the controled access section formula in existing documents

Posted on 2011-03-04
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Hi
I chnaged the controlled access section formula and I am able to create new docs and edit section on new docs only.
if I open the existing docs , the old formuls only visible.

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How to chnage the section formula in old docs?
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