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Unit summary: Using macros
Unit summary: Using macros
Topic A
In this topic, you recorded your actions in Word to create a macro to automate a series
of tasks. You also ran a macro. Then, you viewed a macro’s code in the Microsoft
Visual Basic for Applications editor.
Topic B
In this topic, you edited a macro by using the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications
editor . You also learned how to copy and delete macros.
Independent practice activity
In this activity, you’ll create a macro and copy it to another document.
The files for this activity are in Student Data folder Unit 3\Unit summary .
1 Open Practice macros and save it as a Word Macro-Enabled Document named
My practice macros .
2 Create a macro called Header that is stored in the current document, and that
shades the selected row and applies bold formatting. ( Hint: Select the top row of the
table before opening the Record Macro dialog box. Also, use the Table Tools |
Design tab to apply a light shade to the selected row.)
3 Open Practice new kiosks and save it as a Word Macro-Enabled Document named
My practice new kiosks .
4 Copy the Header macro to My practice new kiosks, as shown in Exhibit 3-8. ( Hint:
Open the Organizer dialog box from the My practice macros document.)
5 Update and close My practice macros.
6 In My practice new kiosks, select the top row of the table and run the Header macro.
7 Update and close the document.
Exhibit 3-8: The Organizer dialog box as it appears in Step 4
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