I want to create a document where I can reuse some specific texts throughout the document. The idea is to create a form/dialog in the beginning or end of the document, where the content editor can write values for each of these "texts", When done the instances should be populated all over the document.
E.g. (small table with names for the texts and example values)
"textname" : value
Server01name : Avalon
OSversion : Windows Server 2008 R2
srvcacc : user@domain
When data is filled in for these values - all instances where "server01name" is used should be replaced by the text string "Avalon"
Have a look at ASK fields... you can set up ask fields which will prompt the user for information when a new document is created (or fields updated) and then combine with REF fields to display the same
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