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I believe you have to have the "Update Fields" option turned on for that to
work. (Tools, Options, Printing tab)
On Monday, April 24, 2000 11:52 AM, Elliott C. Evans
[SMTP:eeyore+techwrl -at- cmu -dot- edu] wrote:
> Elizabeth Sprague wrote:
> > upon opening the document after saving and closing, will appear in a
> > fifteen page document, for example, as Page 1 of 1, page 2 of 1
> I have found that Word will update its fields before printing.
> That is, the page count will be incorrect when you open the file,
> but Word will correct it when you choose the Print command, and
> the correct number will be on the printed pages.
> If you would like Word to correct the numbers before you're
> ready to print, double-click on the header, select the field,
> and hit the F9 key on your keyboard to update the field.
> This is not a permanent fix, the number will be incorrect again
> the next time you open the file, but it's about as fixed as it
> gets without leaving MS Word.
> Elliott C. "Eeyore" Evans eeyore+ -at- cmu -dot- edu
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