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Old 07-13-2016, 11:09 PM
CousinLarry CousinLarry is offline One word document to generate two different versions? Windows 10 One word document to generate two different versions? Office 2016
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I want to have one master word document that has all the detail in it, but can also output an executive summary of only the sections I mark as for the executive summary document. Is this possible?
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DougMVP DougMVP is offline One word document to generate two different versions? Windows 7 32bit One word document to generate two different versions? Office 2010 32bit
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You could bookmark the sections that you want to be included in the executive summary, and then use cross-references to the text of the bookmarks to create the executive summary.
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