Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Deleting a Macro
Save Time with
Macros
Copying a macro from one template to another works just like copying a style
between templates (page 191). Find and select the macro you want to copy (from a
template or a document) on the left side, and find and select the template you want
to copy to on the right side. (If you need to hunt for either template, click Close File
and then Open File to find the template you want.) Click Copy to copy the macro,
and then click Close to close the Organizer.
Deleting a Macro
If a macro has outlived its usefulness, simply delete it from the Macros dialog box.
Select View Macro View Macros (Alt, W, M, V), find the macro you no longer
need, select it, and click Delete. A dialog box appears, checking to make sure you
really want to delete the macro. Click Yes, and no more macro.
Note: When you delete a macro that lived in a button on the Quick Access toolbar, Word deletes the
macro but not the button. To get rid of the button, right-click it. From the shortcut menu that appears,
select Remove from Quick Access Toolbar.
 
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