Includetext not updating

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I've read all the posts regarding this issue but I still do not understand the replacing mechanism. For the rest task, I couldn't get work the replacing of the INCLUDETEXT field with the text file content (I tried adding the text to the parentparagraph and removing the node). My DOC template has something like Thanks for your inquiry. But you can insert text from file during mail merge. So I decided to put this code in the Merge Field Event and seems to work ok (assuming my structure): e. Unfortunately, you can update only DOCPROPERTY and DOCVARIABLE fields using Aspose. In other cases, it is simpler to use the commands and options that are provided in Word to add the information that you want.For example, you can insert a hyperlink by using the HYPERLINK field, but it is easier to use the Hyperlink command in the Links group on the Insert tab.

You can also insert information about a document, such as the author's name or the document title, by using the AUTHOR field or the TITLE field.However, it is easier to insert one of the Property content controls from the Quick Parts menu to do this. Fields behave like formulas in Microsoft Office Excel — the field code is like the formula, and the field result is like the value that the formula produces.Note: You cannot insert field code brackets by typing the brace characters on the keyboard. You can switch between displaying field codes and results in your document by pressing ALT+F9.When you view a field code in your document, the syntax looks like this: { FIELD NAME Properties Optional switches } For example, you can place the title of your document anywhere in the document by placing the TITLE field in the document.(The title of your document is in the Title box in the Document Information Panel, which is visible when you click the Microsoft Office Button , point to Prepare, and then click Properties.The TITLE field is shown here as an example of field code syntax.