Re: Macro for Word
I've been asked to create a Macro for Word that will, when the user opens a new document, ask if the document is 'Internal' or 'Confidential', and based on the user's need, will insert the appropriate footer. Is this even possible? I've managed to create a macro that will insert a footer and even added a toolbar button, but I can't seem to come up with a way to actually have a dialogue box that asks the user which footer he needs, and insert one based on his answer.
As Geoff notes, you'd need to have any such macro stored in Normal.dot
(or another template on which all your users base their documents).
Storing it in Normal.dot is not exactly a good idea. One reason is
that deleting Normal.dot and allowing Word to create a fresh one is
one of the ways to stop Word behaving crazily, which it does at times
Is it possible for you to sidestep the issue by providing two document
templates (one each for Internal & Conf) which already contain the
necessary footers/headers, including graphics ("Draft" or
"Confidential" watermark images), as required? And getting the company
to mandate that one of these be used to create the new document if it
is one of your two special classes?
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