Footer in protected document


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Ricki Miles

I am creating a template in Word 2003 which has 2 sections. The first page
is Section 1 which is protected for form fields. Section 2 starting on Page
2, comprises the rest of the document and is unprotected. I would like to
have a footer starting in Section 2 (on page 2) throughout the document.
This footer must be accessible and changed by the user for each draft worked
on. It seems that even if part of a document is protected, the
headers/footers are unavailable. How can I unprotect the footer starting in
section 2? Thanks!

Ricki
 
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Stefan Blom

Note that if the footer should only reflect text added to the document (such
as "version 3, created September 10, 2009"), you can apply a style to that
piece of text in the document and then, in the footer, insert a STYLEREF
field pointing to that style. That way, users wouldn't have to edit the
actual footer contents.
 
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