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One of the very first ways that Microsoft enabled Word users to add dynamic content to their documents was through the use of fields. (In fact, fields are used to implement the mail merge feature in Word.) In Word-speak, a field is a mnemonic code that represents other data. Whenever the field is updated by Word, the code is replaced with the data that it represents. For example, a field code might be UserInitials, and this code is dynamically replaced in your document with the user's initials.
At last count Word provides 75 different codes—unrelated to mail merges—that can add everything to your document from page numbers to hyperlinks. What is returned by most of these fields can be modified or adapted through the use of switches. All told, fields offer a wildly diverse means of adding information to your document that is dynamic—it can change over time.
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