Appendix BOffice macros

Macros and Office

Understanding macros

Creating a macro

Running macros

Editing recorded macros

Digitally signing macros

The Office applications provide easy access to commands and features via the ribbon, the standard command and control tool in Office. File management and print commands (as well as access to an application’s options settings) have been nested in the Backstage. Although it might seem that getting things done in your Office applications does not require anything other than the standard commands and features, you might find an occasion when you want to have more control over a process. You might want to automate a particular series of commands by recording a macro.

In this appendix, we take a basic look ...

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