Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
1. Summon the Field dialog box.
Directions are found earlier in this chapter.
2. Select Date and Time from the Categories drop-down list.
3. Select PrintDate from the Field Names list.
4. Choose a date-and-time format from the Field Properties area.
5. Click OK.
The field looks gross until you print the document, which makes sense.
I like to put the PrintDate field into the header of important documents, which lets people know the
date the thing was printed. PrintDate works well for that purpose; the other fields in the Date and
Time category are updated only when you manually refresh them.
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