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Old 05-09-2016, 04:28 PM
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Thru my search I can't seem to find a solution of multiple dates in a word document using the content controls.

Insert >> Quick Parts >> Document Property >> Publish Date



This Publish Date is great as I use it up front in the doc and then it repeats in the header; however, I have a second place to capture a date but how can I get a second control?
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If these dates are to be input by the user, why not use a Date Picker Content Control (on Word's Developer tab)?
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Yes they are entered by the user and this works great. Thanks.
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