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How do I add the document path to the footer of the document

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Hi Tim

Thanks for your post

What you will need to do is is locate the header footer bottons on your ribbons then from the footer dropdown list locate the type of footer that includes the document path and insert that one if you want to change this you can go back to the footer button and select format footer where you will get more options

Hope this helps

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