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We have a General Operations Manual with 25 sections, all with headers and footers (Approx. 400 pages, separate files in Word 2007) that needs to be updated quite often. I need to figure out a way to simplify the updating process. If that means combining the document in to one large file, keeping them separate, or some combination thereof, I am open to either but prefer one document.
What I would like to accomplish is when I make changes to a section, say Section R, the table of contents in Section A automatically updates. (this is pretty simple using section breaks and the table of contents but the next paragraph is where I really need help)
What would also be extremely helpful is that we have another section, say Section B (which contains the list of effective pages) that automatically update as well. For example, the current Section R has 25 pages. In the list of effective pages section, it references (in a three column table, one row per page: the section, revision number, ...
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