To liven things up a bit, Word has a way to let you add dynamic (changing) elements to your document.Unlike the text you normally compose, dynamic text changes to reflect a number of factors.You will not find this chapter on the Microsoft site. You should have reviewed the bookmarks and cross-reference portions of Complex Legal Documents before tackling this chapter.Word allows you to format your documents on three general levels: sections, paragraphs, and characters.By Dan Gookin The phrase “carved in stone” refers to text that doesn’t change.
Field is used to insert changeable contents in your document. If you know how to insert the field, that will make your work easier.
Of the three, section formatting is often the most confusing formatting for people to understand.
Other issues of detail how you can insert section breaks and apply section formatting.
You can also manually insert fields to automate aspects of your document, such as merging data from a data source or performing calculations.
In current and recent versions of Word, there’s little need to insert fields manually, because built-in commands and content controls provide most of the capabilities that fields provided for earlier versions.