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Public Sub CalcAge()
Dim objAge As Word.FormField
Dim objBirthDate As Word.FormField
Dim datToday As Date
Dim intAge As Integer
Dim intYears As Integer
datToday = Date
Set objAge = ActiveDocument.FormFields("Age")
Set objBirthDate = ActiveDocument.FormFields("DOB")
If IsDate(objBirthDate.Result) = False Then
objAge.Result = ""
Set objAge = Nothing
Set objBirthDate = Nothing
intYears = DateDiff("yyyy", objBirthDate.Result, datToday)
If intYears > 0 Then
intAge = intYears - Abs(DateDiff("d", datToday, DateAdd("yyyy", intYears, objBirthDate.Result)) > 0)
objAge.Result = intAge
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