What is an MS Word macro?

Answer A macro is a file containing programming code used to automate tasks. A macro runs like a script within the Microsoft Word application either automatically or through a user command. Word 2008 no l... Read More »

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MS Word Macro Basics?

Microsoft Word macros are programs developers write in the Visual Basic programming language. These programs can perform all of the tasks for which you use Word, and do so more quickly and with few... Read More »

How do I create a macro in Word 2007?

Setting Up the MacroClick the Office Button and select the "Word Options" tab in the lower right-hand corner of the Office Button menu. Click "Popular" in the upper left-hand corner of the Word Opt... Read More »

How to Run a Macro on Multiple Files in MS Word?

Since work and personal projects can easily extend beyond a single Word document, it makes sense to enable your macros to work on multiple documents. You can do this by using Visual Basic's "Open" ... Read More »

What is a word macro-enabled document?

According to Microsoft, in Microsoft Word, macros are a sequence of operations that can be redone many times by different fragments of code. Many Microsoft applications use macros to program these ... Read More »