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Outlook Answer Book, The: Useful Tips, Tricks, and Hacks for Microsoft Outlook® 2003 by Brian Delahunty, Tom Archer

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Creating Macros

11.7. Can I Autorecord a Macro Like I Can in Word or Excel?

Many Microsoft products, including Excel, Word, and Visual Studio, enable you to automatically record a macro from your mouse and keyboard activity. For example, you simply tell these products to start recording, you perform the action you want to accomplish, and then you click an option to signify that you're finished. You then name the macro, and it's added to your list of custom-made macros. From that point forward, you can either run the macro as is or open the editor and modify it. Unfortunately, Outlook 2003 does not provide a nonprogrammatic means of creating macros. In other words, even when you're simply attempting to automate a task you perform quite a bit, ...

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