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I would like to have a variable year in my Word Document. I want to
have a sentence that reads, in part,

Please print your reports through period 11 of 2008.

which is fine during 2010, but as soon as it become 2011, I want it to
read:

Please print your reports through period 11 of 2009.

How can I do this?

Thanks in advance.

Rich
 
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