A Closer Look at Field Instructions
Earlier in this chapter, you learned about field instructions: information that can be included with a field to adjust the way it behaves and the way it displays data in your document. You also learned about two of the most common types of field instructions: arguments and switches. Now you'll discover the power of two more kinds of field instructions:
Bookmarks enable your fields to work with blocks of text stored anywhere in your current document or even in another document.
Expressions enable you to build formulas into your field codes and have Word automatically update calculations just as a spreadsheet can.
Creating Fields That Can Work with Blocks of Text
In Chapter 22, “Using Footnotes, Bookmarks, and ...