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Sub Update All Fields() Update All Fields In Active Document End Sub Working for me now in Word 2010 (where the setting is in“File → Options → Display”).

Fields in Word are used as placeholders for data that might change in a document and for creating form letters and labels in mail-merge documents.

Here's my Excel Macro code: 0 Run Update(Path & "\" & Word File) Word File = Dir Loop End Sub Function Update(Filepath As String) Dim Word Doc As Word. Open(Filepath) 'This produces the error Active Document. Update End Function Note that the only files in the folder are the 3 documents and the spreadsheet, and the program does find the files without any problems. When I run it, I just get the "Excel is waiting for another application to complete an OLE action." error over and over again and Excel becomes otherwise completely unresponsive.

Document Set Word Application = Create Object("Word. I have searched for solutions online but I did not really find anything, which I found odd, since it seems like a pretty common thing that someone would do with VBA. When I try to run this on a file with linked fields, the document simply fails to open and the Excel macro stops running without raising any error. The strange thing is that if I run it step by step everything works perfectly until the line where it opens the file (I checked the file path with the debugger, it's correct).

Hi all I have seen a previous post on this but am going to re-post again as my question is slightly different and the advice given to use the Ctrl Alt F9 key does not work.

However, in most cases it is easier to use the commands and options that are provided in Word to add the information that you want.

Everything is working fine, except for updating the links in the Word documents.

When trying to update a link in Word by right-clicking on it and selecting the "update link" option it brings up the Macro warning dialog for the spreadsheet, asking whether I want to activate Macros or not.

I'm not that keen on using a macro as the company standard is for them to be turned off but don't mind embeding a comand into the document that will do it if there is such a thing.

(If it works in other versions, all the better; I originally had this problem with Word 2007, and nothing seems to have changed since then.) This includes cross-references, page numbers, tables of contents, indexes, headers, etc.