I worked more on it and I realized that to make DynamicUpdateCommand work again I only need to save the document (Ctrl+S)... I don't know why!
I'm doing it programmatically on document opening, with this workaround:
- Document Properties... > Triggers > Document Event Triggers > OnOpen > Add Action(s)... > Add > External > Run macro > set Macro name = reactivateDynamicUpdateCommand
- Tools > Edit Module...: add this subroutine:
sub reactivateDynamicUpdateCommand ' I know, it's weird '... but needed to reactivate DynamicUpdateCommand functionality after a restart ActiveDocument.Save end sub
It works, even if a better solution would be appreciated. Thanks!