No, the situation is the following:
We have a folder with a template for all the new word-documents of the same type, let's call it "TemplateDoc.doc" and also there's a file "Header.doc" in the same folder. The "Header.doc" is included in the "TemplateDoc.doc" with INCLUDETEXT. As we generate a new word-document with an old application, the new document will be produced in the same folder, as a copy from the "TemplateDocument.doc". So while producing the new document, all the files are in the same folder and the included file "Header.doc" could be resolved and integrated in the new resulting word-document.
Now after all the operations has succeded, the newly created document is moved to a specific folder (for example //NewDocument.doc). The problem now is, that the previously included file "Header.doc" isn't in the same folder anymore. But when I'm opening the word-file in the new folder, I can see the content of the Header.doc was included when generating it. If I activate the field-view in word (Alt-F9) I can see, that the INCLUDETEXT is still active. So If I refresh the field, the content is now gone because the "Header.doc" isn't in the same folder anymore. So my question is: is there an option when I create a PDF using Aspose.Words that enables / disables the "automatic refresh" of the field values (like the field for the header wich searches now for the "Header.doc"). In my opinion, this is a new behavior, because with a previous version of Aspose.Words we didn't faced that problem so the header was just included like it was there already in the document. So something has changed in your library and I would have an option to deactivate/activate this logic.
Hope this explanation helps, thanks for your support.