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This Microsoft Word Tips & Microsoft Word Help page demonstrates steps you can take to add, map and employ a repeating section content control in your Word 2013 documents using my "Content Control /Variable /Bookmark & Document Property Tools (or CC/V/BM & DP Tools)" Word template add-in.
The repeating section content control (RSCC) is a content control enhancement introduced in Word 2013. Using a RSCC, users can repeat multiple instances of content, including other content controls, in their documents. My CC/V/BM & DP Tools simplifies adding, mapping and employing a RSCC.
In this demonstration, I will create a Word table for listing information about a company product line including product name, UIC, unit of issue and price.
1. If you are familiar with creating an XML script, you can add your own script to the document using "Add New Part ..." feature of the tools.
Repeating section content controls can be created and employed using Word's native user interface with or without the associated mapping that have I demonstrated here.
Mapping provides easily exportable data that can be used in other applications. The data is stored in the defined document CustomXMLPart. Using the "View XMLPart" feature of the tools, you can create an XML text file for this purpose.
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