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Hey folks, hoping some of you more savvy Word users can help me out here.
I'm testing part of a software for work that uses the merge field option in MS Words to create templates with populated data. I'm testing that the tokens we currently have in place are all working.
Right now, this means that I open up a brand new word doc and do the following:
INSERT->QUICK PARTS->MERGEFIELD-> THE NAME OF THE TOKEN
The problem is the system has about 100 tokens, so to insert every token into the word I have to repeat that process above, and that seems like a waste of time. Even if I had to go in and type the tokens out, but not go through the whole Quick Parts->Insert first. would save me some trouble. Then I would just upload the document into our system and see what tokens fail.