Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Running a Macro
Save Time with
Macros
Tip: Can’t find your macro button on the Quick Access toolbar? Here’s how to display it. Select
File➝Options (Alt, F, I) and, in the Word Options dialog box, select Quick Access Toolbar. From the
“Choose commands from” drop-down list, click Macros. This displays all your macros in the left list box.
Select your macro, click Add, and then click OK, and your button shows up on the toolbar.
Running a Macro
After you’ve created a macro, run it by clicking the button you created or by pressing
the combination of keys you assigned. You can also run any macro from the Macros
dialog box:
1. SelectView Macro ViewMacros(Alt,W,M,V).
The Macros dialog box, shown in Figure 7-9, opens.
2. Findthemacroyouwantinthelistofmacros.SelectitandthenclicktheRun
button.
Like magic, the macro performs the task you recorded.
Figure 7-9:
As you create macros, Word adds them to the
Macros dialog box. You can always find and
run a macro from here.
Copying a Macro Between Templates
If you’ve got a macro that works beautifully in one template and want the same
macro in a different template, you can simply copy it from one template to the
other, using the Organizer (Figure 7-5). Open the Organizer to the Macro Project
Items tab by selecting View Macros View Macros (Alt, W, M, V) and clicking the
Organizer button.
 
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