Updating all fields in word
To liven things up a bit, Word has a way to let you add dynamic (changing) elements to your document.
Unlike the text you normally compose, dynamic text changes to reflect a number of factors.
You cannot edit text in a field, which kind of ruins the point of the field.
It’s your clue that you’re about to erase a field, not regular text.To summon this dialog box, click the Insert tab, and then choose Explore Quick Parts→Field.The Explore Quick Parts button is found in the Text group.The Field dialog box is redisplayed, allowing you to make whatever modifications you deem necessary.
Just as those mutants at the end of Beneath the Planet of the Apes removed their human masks, you can remove a field’s mask by right-clicking it and choosing the Toggle Field Codes command. The main difference is that you have to press the Delete or Backspace key twice.Instead of selecting the entire document, select individual cross-references or a few paragraphs at a time to make sure you don't include items you want left alone.