Re: word macros, how to change?

Subject: Re: word macros, how to change?
From: Glen Warner <gdwarner -at- ricochet -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 9 May 2001 23:04:46 -0700

Annamarie Pluhar <apluhar -at- idd-solutions -dot- com> wrote:

> I want to change it to 36. Seems like all I should have to do is
> change it, save the file, go to my document file and reattach new
> revised template, maybe close and reopen to have the change take
> effect. No such luck. What am I missing?

Are you working with a template ... and if so, are you working with a
document created by the template, or the template itself?

You might try using the Organizer to place the macro into a new
document, (hopefully) make your changes, place the modified macro back
into the original document (also via the Organizer), and go from there.

> This project is forcing me into learning how to manipulate the
> in VBA. I'm not a programmer - but reasonably literate. Any REALLY
> good sources of help out there? I've read VBA in 15 minutes - that
> helped lots.

I used "Word 2000 Developer's Handbook," by Guy Hart-Davis on my last

> BTW - I'm thinking of offering future clients a 10% discount if I
> do the project in FrameMAker. Maybe we could start a movement?

FrameScript is your friend ...!

> thanks for help.

> --
> Annamarie Pluhar

"My grandfather invented Cliff's Notes. It all started back in
1912... Well, to make a long story short ...."
--BeOS Programmer


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