How to Create Data Fields in Word 2007?

Answer Fields in Microsoft Word are useful for calculating, inserting and place-holding data in a document. Generally, the most useful field codes you can insert manually in Word 2007 are "= (Formula)," "... Read More »

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How do I create a simple Word 2007 template (i.e. letter) that has variable fields I can fill in?

What you are talking about is called a Form, and you will need to make sure your options are setup correctly: 1. Click the Microsoft Office Button, and then click the "Word Options" button along ... Read More »

How to Import Excel 2007 Fields Into a Word 2007 Table?

Excel and Word are two powerful pieces of software and a part of the Microsoft Office 2007 package. Word is traditionally used for word processing and Excel for data processing. Sometimes, you may ... Read More »

How to Create Typable Fields in Microsoft Word?

Microsoft Word allows you to create editable forms via its "Legacy Tools." When completed, the form elements can be filled out on a user's computer, but the rest of the document will be protected f... Read More »

How to Edit a Data Source in MS Word 2007?

According to Microsoft Office Online, "A data source is a file that contains the data that varies in each copy of a merged document." The data source may be created in Excel, Access, a database app... Read More »