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I've got 200+ documents to edit. They were created in Word 7, zipped and
emailed to me. I unzipped them, and am using Word 7.0a on Win95. Then I
have to zip them up and email them back to my client.
I created a macro to catch repetitive/standard errors, clean up formats,
The challenge: Every time I press Control+Z, the entire macro un-does. It
doesn't seem to matter how or how often I save the document. I've tried
Menu and keyboard File>Save, File>Save All. Even after closing and re-open
the doc, pressing Control+Z results in the macro un-doing.
Even if I'm careful not to press Control+Z, I can't afford to have the
client developers surprised by the effect of that keystroke combination.
I'm perplexed and welcome your suggestions.
S.L. Polsky 403.254.4376
Project Scope Solutions Group