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I'd like to be able to use a Windows environmental variable as the value for the Hyperlink base in Word rather than an absolute or relative path name. That way if my document base changes I need only change the value of the environmental variable and do not have to update every document that has the absolute or relative path name as the hyperlink base. Thanks.
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