Re: Word Macro's

Subject: Re: Word Macro's
From: Kris Olberg <KJOlberg -at- AOL -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 25 Oct 1995 12:19:40 -0400

In a message dated 95-10-24 14:36:09 EDT, dolores_gardner -at- QR -dot- COM (Dolores
Gardner) writes:

>Is there a way with Word macro's to program a macro to let you fill in
> text to find to perform a operation on? I'm going to be getting output
> PowerDoc in a word file that needs certain repetitive formatting and I need
> be able to have the macro let me specify a heading title to go to and then
> the macro change it to a certain heading style.

You might be able to accomplish this without writing a macro. Become familiar
with all of the functionality of Word's Edit,Replace function before you
consider a macro. If you find that you do need a macro, learn how to create a
simple dialog box for entering the text string. Then use that string as input
to the macro. You'll need slightly-more-than-basic programming skills to do
this. E-mail me privately if you want to discuss more.


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