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Viewing conditional "If" statement in WORD 2010

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When I create a conditional "IF" statement in Microsoft Word 2010 to display a certain field conditionally,  the "IF" statement is no longer visible.

Is there a way to see the statement again to be able to modify without retyping the statement again?
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You can use Alt+F9 to switch between displaying the field results and the field codes for the whole document.
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