A field is a miniprogram that generates or calculates a result and then displays that result in your document or stores it in a bookmark.
Each field consists of code that resides inside a placeholder that you can put anywhere inside your document.
Word has dozens of these codes, and they all generate data based on various kinds of information, such as the following: The dynamism of the field comes from the fact that any of this information can change over time.
I am new with Labview and I really do not know how to do this...Can you do this update routine in the software successfully (without Labview)?If so, record a macro of your actions and use the macro code to determine the Active X objects that are needed to do it externally.Updating fields in an RTF file that contains images (like state diagrams) lets the file become huge when you save it to Rich text format (RTF) or to Word 6.0/95 format (DOC). If an EMF, a PNG, a GIF, or a JPEG graphic is inserted into a Word document, when the document is saved, two copies of the graphic are saved in the document: 1.the original graphic (in EMF, PNG, GIF, or JPEG format) and 2. The resulting RTF file may be bigger by a factor of 10 or even more.