Winword, Save document as a filed value, ie when i go to save or publish teh save name is the same as field 1

Posted on 2011-10-25
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hi, word template, opened from "new document" in sharepoint, template opens fill it in when i click save Id like it to save as field one

ie i fill field one in a "GH678376" so when i click save it saves it back to doc library as GH678376"


word 2007 sharepoint 2007
Question by:mhamer
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regmigrant earned 1500 total points
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take a look at a question titled 'Smart file name' recently answered, there is an example of what you want to achieve there

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Didnt really want macros and VBA, very secure environment  but get the idea and the option is there if needed.
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I cant think of a way to do it without some kind of scripting, although word has a reference field called filename it's 'read only' and you have to execute the save as dialog to change it - hence VBA

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