100 Best Microsoft Word Macro Videos


Macros in Microsoft Word are used to automate repetitive tasks. They are sets of instructions that can be recorded and played back to perform a specific set of actions. For example, you can use a macro to automatically create a table of contents, insert text or formatting, or even to send an email message.

To use a macro in Word, you first need to enable the Developer tab in the ribbon. To do this, go to the File tab and select Options. In the Word Options dialog box, select Customize Ribbon and then check the Developer box under the Main Tabs section.

To create a new macro, go to the Developer tab and click the Record Macro button. This will open the Record Macro dialog box, where you can enter a name for the macro and choose where to store it (either in the current document or in the Global template). You can also assign a shortcut key to the macro if you want to be able to run it quickly.

Once you have started recording, you can perform the actions you want to include in the macro. When you are finished, click the Stop Recording button to stop the recording process. You can then run the macro by going to the Developer tab and clicking the Macros button. This will open the Macros dialog box, where you can select the macro you want to run and click the Run button.

You can also edit a macro by double-clicking it in the Macros dialog box to open the Visual Basic Editor. From here, you can make changes to the code and test your changes by running the macro.

Macros can be a powerful tool for streamlining your work in Word, and can save you a lot of time by automating repetitive tasks.


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