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Subject:Overlines continued From:"Clark, Robert" <Robert -dot- Clark -at- SCHWAB -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 10 Mar 1999 11:20:54 -0800
Beth's suggestion of placing overlines in text by using the equation field
code works well with one exception: the word to be formatted with the
overline must be typed into the Insert/Field text box, rather than just
highlighted in existing text and applying the field code to it.
Using this as a model, can any of our more advanced macro developer types
come up with a macro for Word that allows the writer to highlight the word,
and apply a macro to use the field code application without having to type
in the word in the Field code text box?
This macro, if successful and shared with the list would be a very useful
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