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    Charles Kenyon commented  · 

    With Workgroup Templates available and Sharepoint capabilities, this is a matter of user training and setting procedures.

    http://www.addbalance.com/usersguide/templates.htm#Workgroup

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    Charles Kenyon commented  · 

    You already can do this. It isn't built into Word, but it is possible.

    http://www.addbalance.com/usersguide/autotextautocorrect.htm#Moving_AutoCorrect

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    Charles Kenyon commented  · 

    This is not needed at all. It can be done as is. This has been true since Word 97, at least.

    See: http://wordfaqs.ssbarnhill.com/LetterheadRibbon.htm and http://addbalance.com/word/download.htm#LetterheadTextboxesAndStylesTutorial

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    Charles Kenyon commented  · 

    One would think that the \p would do this, but it just gives above or below. Also, when used in a header or footer it is currently ignored. It might be possible to simply modify the \p switch so that if used in a header or footer it would reflect the page number of the referenced style.

    I ran into this trying to create a conditional header which would include ", continued" after the referenced text if the header was on a page other than the one that contained the referenced style. I worked out a complex workaround that would seem very prone to problems. It involved formatting a page field on the same page and in a separate style formated as white, then using a StyleRef to pick up that page number and compare it to the current page number.

    The template with that workaround can currently be found at https://www.dropbox.com/s/8blalkc6o9vptba/ContinuedHeaderTemplate.dotx?dl=0

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    Charles Kenyon commented  · 

    It is customizable, to the same extent that Word 2007 was. You have to fiddle with the XML. This is a lot harder than in earlier versions, but is the only way to make customizations that you can easily share (including in later Windows versions).

    See http://gregmaxey.com/word_tip_pages/customize_ribbon_main.html to get started.

    It isn't a plot to get more money, but a response made by corporate IT departments who were overwhelmed trying to fix user customizations.

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    Charles Kenyon commented  · 

    This can currently be done using a macro. It is posted by Graham Mayor at http://www.gmayor.com/installing_macro.htm.

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    Charles Kenyon commented  · 

    I am assuming that this would be a paragraph formatting option like Keep with next. It would be useful.

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    Charles Kenyon commented  · 

    You can relatively easy reassign the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+F to the legacy find. Ctrl+H has been the Replace keyboard shortcut since at least Word 97.

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    You could do character styles or macros and put those on the QAT.

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