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Old 07-31-2020, 01:36 PM
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I am on Office 365 plus. I am trying to auto-update a linked Excel table within Word. I have an Excel Workbook with several worksheets. Each of these sheets has its own table, each table has been linked to its own Word doc. In the Word doc I have the General settings selected to Update Links when Opening the file. I also have the Excel table link within Word set to automatically update.

However whenever I open the Word file the linked Excel table does not update. Only when I right click the table (within Word) and select "Update Link" does the table update.



Any suggestions?

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