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    I would debug the issue by checking what the...

    I would debug the issue by checking what the filename field resolves to independent of the outer field. Does the following give you what you expected? Do the slashes align with the text that you...
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    Lou The behaviour of headers/footers and page...

    Lou

    The behaviour of headers/footers and page numbers related to section breaks hasn't changed in Word for the many versions of Word over the last 20 years. What has changed is the ease of...
  3. It is odd that you can get a config message after...

    It is odd that you can get a config message after Word is open by opening document. What are the lines of code are you using to open the document?

    Do you get the same config message result if the...
  4. Using Microsoft Word's image compression...

    Using Microsoft Word's image compression algorithms is not a great idea. Suffice to say, the built-in compression tools seem to have plenty of people who find they don't work as expected. My own...
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    RG's advice will kill off the header/footer and...

    RG's advice will kill off the header/footer and page number information for the section preceding the section break you are replacing. This may be important to you since it is why you started playing...
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    I moved this post to the Databases forum as it is...

    I moved this post to the Databases forum as it is more likely to get a resolution here. Access VBA is a somewhat special case so questions like this are best responded to in the Databases forum.
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  7. What can you tell us about the VB6 application?...

    What can you tell us about the VB6 application? Is it a commercial product or developed inhouse? Are you able to view the code?
  8. Have a look at...

    Have a look at http://www.meadowmead.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/PDFMarkRecipes.pdf

    I also used the PDFmark Primer which is Chapter 6 of the book by Thomas Merz "Web Publishing with...
  9. Well I guess there had to be a downside to paying...

    Well I guess there had to be a downside to paying more money to get a computer you really love. :mad:

    It's good that you have lodged a feedback to Microsoft. One more drop in the puddle can't...
  10. On Windows, PDFMaker comes with Adobe Acrobat. I...

    On Windows, PDFMaker comes with Adobe Acrobat. I don't know how Acrobat installs on a Mac so I can't help you with that bit.

    If you drive the conversion from Acrobat rather than Word do you get a...
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    Check the value of "{DOCPROPERTY MasterLocation...

    Check the value of "{DOCPROPERTY MasterLocation \p} separately to ensure you are getting what you expect. I am not sure why you need the \p switch there. I also don't know why you would try to step...
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    Gordon Yes, I can still type into the first...

    Gordon

    Yes, I can still type into the first two boxes despite tabbing to the end and back again or looping.
  13. I don't think you can do this easily unless the...

    I don't think you can do this easily unless the graphic is linked in to the document.

    Choosing the hard way, you could try opening Word and then choosing File > Open. Change the file type to...
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    I just tested the file you posted at the top on...

    I just tested the file you posted at the top on Word 2013 and I can tab right through the document and back through again a second time.

    As such, I can't work out where this might be going wrong...
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    I would be very surprised if you had...

    I would be very surprised if you had .BuildingBlockEntries working in versions of Word prior to 2007 (when building blocks were introduced). Earlier versions of Word called these AutoTextEntries. Are...
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    Sunny Exiting via the task manager will still...

    Sunny

    Exiting via the task manager will still be captured (I think). Certainly, it worked when I tested it but your mileage may vary. Other (less planned) Word or system crashes might be more...
  17. jdaw Simply printing to PDF has never made...

    jdaw

    Simply printing to PDF has never made live links. The act of outputting onto paper is not conducive to creating clickable output.

    However, saving to PDF with (Win)Word's recent versions or...
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    Borrowing heavily from Guy Thomas...

    Borrowing heavily from Guy Thomas (http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/vbscript/vbscript_file_opentextfile.htm) I came up with this code to get you started.

    The basic workflow is to store the...
  19. I note from your links that this behaviour...

    I note from your links that this behaviour appears to be patchy - some can get it to work whilst others cant. Not having a Mac to experiment on I can't begin to hypothesise on why this might be.
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    Are you showing the hidden files in Windows...

    Are you showing the hidden files in Windows Explorer? The temporary locking file is normally in the same folder as the file (not in the TEMP folder).

    Can you copy the files in Windows Explorer and...
  21. [SOLVED] Have you tried the BACKSLASH version of the...

    Have you tried the BACKSLASH version of the switch?
    { RD "Introduction.docx" \f }
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    Cross-posted at http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2013_release-word/tool-to-display-all-important-word-file-locations/4dd37b1e-71f8-4e7e-beda-58a7161fafda
  23. Douglas There is a corruption in the template...

    Douglas

    There is a corruption in the template (I got the same crashes) and the file size appears to be coming from a custom toolbar of some sort although I don't know whether it is displayable in...
  24. OK, I've sent you a PM

    OK, I've sent you a PM
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    Charles is completely correct but the XML code...

    Charles is completely correct but the XML code that Word stores the document in is so very complicated that almost no-one would ever attempt to use the content that way.

    Simple code can rapidly...
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