In a small network with a handful of users but some sharing of PC's there is now a requirement to show the logged in user as the creator of a word document based on a centrally located template.
So it would be nice to have a field in the template (eg. in the footer) which will get the login name of the user when the template is used to create a new document. There is a tiny problem, the login names are in the format of John.Smith or Harry.Brown so the '.' needs to also be replaced with a space.
I can insert a field, what do I need to do to get the login name AND then replace all instances of '.' with a space in that retrieved name to put into that field at the time of document creation. (I don't want this information changing should another user edit the document at a later time.
(In theory one could go to each PC, login as each potential user and change a setting in the options for word - but that is a horrible looking hack and waste of time and resources)