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Sharepoint library and Word integration

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Hi,

I have a SharePoint 2010 document library that contains, amongst others, the following fields.

[Decision 1]
[Decision 1 Date]
[Decision 1 Explination]
[Decision 2]
[Decision 2 Date]
[Decision 2 Explination]
[Decision 3]
[Decision 3 Date]
[Decision 3 Explination]

Now those fields are populated into the Word document upon opening it, via templating and using the insertion of Quickparts for each field, as shown below..

Word Table of fields
Can anyone explain how I could have the Row of the Table that contains [Decision 2] and [Decision 3] collapsed, removed, invisible, when there is no text contained in those two QuickParts?

Hope so as the doc looks a mess as it is :(
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Close, ended up with a mix of that plus some VBA.
Thanks
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