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    ron007 commented  · 

    That line and character number, while mystifying to the average user is at least marginally useful to those of us in the know. Bring it back, expand on it. Tell us what XML code is out of place!

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    ron007 commented  · 

    PS: you see the formatting effects in Print Layout mode also, not just when it is actually printed out.

    ron007 commented  · 

    Ask and ye shall receive.

    Word already supports verso-recto formatting. Actually has for a long time. They dumbed it down, losing the latin and breaking into a couple of features, but it is all there.

    At the end of a chapter go to Page Layout tab > Page Setup group > Breaks drop down > select "Odd Page" section break. That way, the next page, the first of the new chapter will ALWAYS, automatically, start on an odd numbered page.

    You can also get to this feature by clicking on the dialog launcher button to display the Page Setup dialog. Click on the Layout tab then select "Odd Page" from the drop down. This will insert the Odd page section break.

    While you are in this dialog, click on the Margins tab. In the margins section click in the Gutter box. Input a number to allow for the required binding gutter to be added to the "inside" margin.

    The final step is to select duplex/2 sided print.

    Eh viola <sic> you have Verso-Recto format.

    Note: If you don't want to print to paper all the time, you can print to PDF (or XPS) and still have all of the verso-recto features.

    Enjoy
    Ron MVP

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    ron007 commented  · 

    I just found the ROISCAN VBS
    https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/68b80aba-130d-4ad4-aa45-832b1ee49602

    It would be great if you created an abbreviated version of that script that could be run from the about dialog.

    As well it would be great if the abbreviated script could be run as a "Fix It" from most of your KB and trouble shooting web articles

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    ron007 commented  · 

    I like gregs macro as a workaround. Another option is to use an autoopen or autoclose macro to force the field code(s) to update. This tip tells how to do this:
    http://wordribbon.tips.net/T000978_Automatically_Updating_Fields_and_Links.html

    Back in the 80's when Word was designed ALL documents were printed, so the existing update on print option was valid. But now, many are intended for online use only, no printing involved.

    Rather than a button, I would like to see a new option added to automatically update ALL fields in the document at file open, like the autoopen macro in the link I provided does, but without the macro

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    ron007 commented  · 

    As well, on the 2013 and 2016 Macros dialog, the button is still called "Organizer". So it would be nice if you would make the user interface consistent and name all access to the "organizer" dialog, "organizer"!

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