The Bottom Line

Each of “The Bottom Line” sections in the chapters suggests exercises to deepen skills and understanding. Sometimes there is only one possible solution, but often you are encouraged to use your skills and creativity to create something that builds on what you know and lets you explore one of many possible solutions.

Chapter 1: Recording and Running Macros in the Office Applications

  1. Record a macro. The easiest way to create a macro is to simply record it. Whatever you type or click—all your behaviors—are translated into VBA automatically and saved as a macro.
    1. Master It Turn on the Macro Recorder in Word and create a macro that moves the insertion cursor up three lines. Then turn off the Macro Recorder and test ...

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