I am writing a number of operating procedures in Word 2000. About 50% of the wording describes standard tasks, is the same in each procedure, and typically contain detailed instructions to the operator. The order of these tasks and additional tasks are what change from procedure to procedure. This is easily enough accomplished with cut/copy/paste. However, when the wording of a standard task changes, we need to change that wording in all procedures. Is it possible to have words or a sentence refer to a standard task and have a link or means to click on those words and reveal the detail instructions and to be able to print the operating procedure with the detailed task instructions as an attachment? The idea would be to write the standard instructions only in one place for ease of updating and at the same time condense the base operating procedure as the operator does not always need to read through the detailed instructions.