I have the document date in several places in my document. It’s in the middle of the Title page. It’s in the header of each page after that. It seems that, because I use sections (I think) to allow the page size to change several times in the document, the header dates are separate “things” in each section.
So when it’s time to update them, I have to first change each date to a “Date”, which puts the current date on it. Then change it to a “Date (fixed)” so it won’t update when I open or save the document. If all these fields referred to the same thing, such as a field that I can control from one place, that would be so much easier.
Or do I have it wrong, and the “Date” would not be updated simply because I open, edit and save the document? So I could just leave all the fields as “Date” and update them manually somehow?
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