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You can update an index in Word after you alter the content in a document that contains an index to refresh its display, versus having to recreate the whole thing.
Because an index in Microsoft Word is simply a field code, it can be updated in the same manner that a Word table formula can.
Long Returns 0 (zero) if no errors occur when the fields are updated, or returns a Long that represents the index of the first field that contains an error.
A return value of 0 (zero) indicates that the fields were updated without error.
Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section.
It came after all the _Ref links (internal cross-references in the document) and before the bookmarks/fields that we use for the document properties, which meant it was very likely at the very end of the document (it was the only chart in the final appendix).Here are some of the things I tried to eventually track down the offending object: Here’s how I found the culprit: I copied the document to my PC with Word 2010 on it to see if that made any difference.