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Default Advanced Document Properties to Standard Properties Window?

Is it possible to add properties from the Advance list (such as Client, Date
Completed, etc.) to the display of Standard Properties? I'd like to make
things easier for my users when they are working with templates.
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Default Advanced Document Properties to Standard Properties Window?

No, this is not possible (at least not without some heavy-duty VBA, and
possibly not even with that).

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Is it possible to add properties from the Advance list (such as Client,
Date
Completed, etc.) to the display of Standard Properties? I'd like to make
things easier for my users when they are working with templates.



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