Categories of Dynamic Fields in Microsoft Word

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What are categories of Dynamic Fields in Microsoft Word?

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Dynamic Fields in Microsoft Word are divided into the following categories:

1. Date and Time - Displays current date and time, document create date, etc. For example {DATE}, {CREATEDATE}, ...

2. Document Automation - Provides automation functionalities like if conditions, accessing macros, etc. For example, {IF ...}, {PRINT}, ...

3. Document Information - Displays document built-in and custom properties like author, file name, etc. For example, {TITLE}, {AUTHOR}, ...

3. Equations and Formulas - Provides functionalities to build mathematical equations, evaluate expressions, etc. For example, {=7*8}, {SYMBOL 250}, ...

4. Index and Tables - Provides functionalities to build table of contents, indexes, etc. For example, {TOC}, {INDEX}, ...

5. Links and References - Display information using references like styles, bookmarks, etc. For example, {STYLEREF "Title"}, {HYPERLINK ...}, ...

6. Mail Merge - Provides mail merge functionalities. For example, {ADDRESSBLOCK}, {MERGEFIELD ...}, ...

7. Numbering - Displays page numbers, barcodes, etc. For example, {PAGE}, {BARCODE ...}, ...

8. User Information - Displays information of the current system user. For example, {USERNAME}, ...

 

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