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  1. All Word versions have always required all links...

    All Word versions have always required all links to be updated individually. Indeed, the 'Relative Links' thread had its genesis when Office 2003 was the latest version.

    To make your A.docx file...
  2. Because each object is independent, Word manages...

    Because each object is independent, Word manages each link independently. If it didn't, imagine the problems you'd have if you decided to use a different source for one of the existing objects.

    If...
  3. Presumably, it's under: Modifica dati... Did...

    Presumably, it's under:
    Modifica dati...
    Did you look?

    As for:

    No.
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    All of this suggests either there is a fault with...

    All of this suggests either there is a fault with your Office installation or that you have a rogue 3rd-party addin that is messing with the fields.

    Try repairing the Office installation (via...
  5. The macro in the link I posted handles both...

    The macro in the link I posted handles both in-line and floating objects. If you want to do it manually, you need to use the Edit Links option, which you can access via right-clicking on the object...
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    What happens if you copy the {FILENAME \P} from...

    What happens if you copy the {FILENAME \P} from the INCLUDETEXT field, paste it somewhere else in the document, then do ctrl-A, F9?
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    So what does the field code look like after it...

    So what does the field code look like after it has updated?
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    That suggests you're just typing the {FILENAME...

    That suggests you're just typing the {FILENAME \p} instead of using Ctrl-F9 to create the field braces for the FILENAME field.
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    AFAIK Office 2013 is the first version designed...

    AFAIK Office 2013 is the first version designed to work with multiple monitors. Whether the VBE has been updated to work that way I can't say.
  10. Ctrl-A, F9 will update all fields in the body of...

    Ctrl-A, F9 will update all fields in the body of a document in one go. A Print Preview will update most others.
    [quote]For the image pasted with "link as image" with Alt+F9 I can see the path, but...
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    CHM files are compiled HTML files. There are...

    CHM files are compiled HTML files. There are numerous freeware programs that claim to be able to do the conversion. I am not aware of any macros to do the same, however.
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    In that case there's no point in using the...

    In that case there's no point in using the DOCPROPERTY field. Simply use an embedded FILENAME field, per:
    {INCLUDETEXT "{FILENAME \p}/../ExecutiveSummary.docx"}
    or:
    {INCLUDETEXT "{FILENAME...
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    What makes you think all the people responding to...

    What makes you think all the people responding to your queries are experts in gaming systems configured with 32GB RAM and an SSD like yours? Indeed, what makes you think any of them is? The only way...
  14. Thread: Macro error

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    Try: Sub Demo() With...

    Try:

    Sub Demo()
    With Selection.Sections(1).Headers(wdHeaderFooterPrimary).Range
    .Fields.Add Range:=.Characters.Last, Type:=wdFieldEmpty, Text:="FILENAME", PreserveFormatting:=False
    ...
  15. Unless the image was inserted as a link, you...

    Unless the image was inserted as a link, you possibly can't. For linked images, pressing Alt-F9 will generally reveal the details. Alternatively, you can find them vie Edit|Links. With an embedded...
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    FWIW, if the template the documents are based on...

    FWIW, if the template the documents are based on is itself faulty, all documents created from it are liable to inherit the same fault. Similarly, a rogue 3rd-party addin could impact the document's...
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    That certainly suggests:

    That certainly suggests:
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    I feel the pain but, since I don't have Word 2013...

    I feel the pain but, since I don't have Word 2013 to work with, I can't tell whether the issue is generic to that version. If it isn't, there's either a fault with the documents or your Office...
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    I closed it because you were running essentially...

    I closed it because you were running essentially the same discussion in both threads, in violation of Forum Rule 16:
    http://windowssecrets.com/forums/faq.php?faq=rules_vision#flooding. See also:...
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    None of that requires ActiveX controls which,...

    None of that requires ActiveX controls which, BTW, don't work on Macs (I don't know if that matters for you). You could just as easily use content controls or formfields. With formfields, the example...
  21. You could have the macro do its own filtering,...

    You could have the macro do its own filtering, buth that's fairly inflexible. For example, the following is taken from the 'Send Mailmerge Output to Individual Files' example here:...
  22. For that, you'd need to supply the macro with its...

    For that, you'd need to supply the macro with its own means of identifying which records to merge. A simpler approach might be to do the filtered merge manually then use the 'Split Merged Output to...
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    Already answered in the other (now closed)...

    Already answered in the other (now closed) thread: http://windowssecrets.com/forums/showthread.php/164202-Do-you-have-a-lot-of-RAM-Have-you-heard-of-RAM-Disk-software
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    I suspect your document has some form of...

    I suspect your document has some form of corruption. It seems to work OK in Word 2010 but, when saved in doc format and opened in Word 2003, the buttons don't seem to work.

    Corrupt documents can...
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    What do you mean by "the two command buttons and...

    What do you mean by "the two command buttons and the two text boxes on the first page stop working"? In what sense? Since there's no code behind any of these, it's not apparent that anything in...
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