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WordPerfect - Having one line of text mirror another?

WordPerfect - Having one line of text mirror another?

WordPerfect - Having one line of text mirror another?

Similar to the way you can input =B12 into a cell and it'll show whatever value/text is in B12, is there a way to do that in WordPerfect?

Early on in the report we list the number of whatevers then later on we go into more detail but restate a bunch of shit listed previously and it would be oh so nice if there were a way to make whatever later on read what was listed up above. I know there's always copy pasta but when you're dealing with 200 page reports it would be so so so much easier to do something like that.

Thanks y'all.

RE: WordPerfect - Having one line of text mirror another?

Why not use a spreadsheet for the reports, with wide colummns formatted for wrapping text ?- Then go ahead and use the repeating formula...

Fred Wagner


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