by Allen Wyatt
(last updated February 22, 2020)
It is often handy to insert the location of a document into your document itself. For instance, you may want the footer of your document to include an indication of a document's file name, along with the full path for the file. You can do this easily by following these steps:
Figure 1. The Field dialog box.
Figure 2. The Add Path to Filename check box selected.
Figure 3. The Field Specific Switches tab of the Field Options dialog box.
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