Re: Macro Joy
According to the above site, what I want is not at all a simple thing. Oh,
well. I'm done with trying to use macros to process multiple files, unless
someone can correct any misconception I may have.
I wrote (on the copyediting list):
> I have 246 files. I would like to accept all changes on all
> of them at one
> time and save them.
> I can create a macro to do that for each individual file, but
> I would like
> to know how to tell Word to go to one of the following:
> 1) The next open window/document.
> 2) The next document in a folder.
> I do not understand VBA at all and cannot find my way around
> the VBA Editor.
> Thanks to any and all who can help. Even if someone were to
> give me the text
> of a macro, I wouldn't know what to do with it to get it into Word.
> I may have to do all this by hand next weekend, but I'd
> rather not have to
> spend the time on it.
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- Re: Macro Joy, Edgar D' Souza
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