Chapter 28. Working with Macros in Word 2010

MENTION the word macro at a dinner party, and folks automatically assume you’re a Word expert (well...OK, maybe at a dinner party where the guests spend way too much time on their computers). But in reality, a macro can be a very simple set of formatting choices (like “indent this and italicize it”) or a complex operation that helps automate common procedures that you use often. Although the behind-the-scenes operation of a macro comes from instructions written in the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications ...

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