Quick parts document properties within a full table cell.

Copper Contributor

I have a template document for reports that we use for work and I set up some areas with text that reoccurs throughout. 
I have somehow accidentally inserted one of these document properties in a full call and it works much better than the other ones. 
Does anyone have any idea how to do this?
I'll add some screenshots..

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Here you can see the "Client" document property is an element within the cell.

 

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However the "Job No. 2" document property is the whole cell...

Any help with this would be greatly appreciated!

Sean



 

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@seanvstherobots 

Please excuse me if I am not understanding what your question is. These are called Mapped Content Controls. Some are built into Word as "Document Properties" under Quick Parts. You can also create your own.

 

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As far as it being the whole cell, I am not seeing what you mean. Could you possibly save a sample document with the problem on OneDrive or Dropbox and post a share link here?

Why a sample file is important for troubleshooting - - - - - - - and how to do it.