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Old November 23rd 14, 02:00 PM
Amanda Allen Amanda Allen is offline
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Default How to change the date on different pages

I have a document of 53 pages. One for each week in the year. How can I make it where I only have to enter the date on the first page, and then word would add 7 days to the value and enter those dates on the corresponding pages. I am new to trying to use variables. Any help would sure be appreciated, as now I have an excel program that calculates the dates and then I copy and paste.

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