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Word 2013 Convert All Quick Parts Fields To Text With VBA

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Hi,

In Word 2013, I would like to convert all my Quick Part Fields to Text with with VBA.  Could someone please help me with this.

Thanks,
Gary
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GrahamSkan earned 500 total points
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I think that you just mean 'Fields'. One way of inserting Word document fields is via the Quick Parts dropdown. I don't think that there is a particular Quick Parts Field.
So, you can use:
Sub FixFields()
    Dim fld As Field
    For Each fld In ActiveDocument.Fields
        fld.Unlink
    Next fld
End Sub

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Thanks, That is exactly what I needed!
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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Thanks, this is exactly what I needed.
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From the last comment, I don't think that tgtg7 meant to close it that way
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