Intro to Word Macros – Tutorial on How to Edit a Word Macro

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In this video, you’ll get a introduction to Word Macros, specifically, you’ll get a tutorial on how to edit a Macro in Microsoft Word. You’ll start by recording a ms word macro using the macro recorder. Then, we’ll walk through step-by-step how to edit that macro to make it exactly what you want.

The macro we’ll create is one that will take the selected text and find the next occurrence of that text in the document. We’ll attach it to a hot key, so it can be run quickly. When we’re finished, you’ll have a macro that you can use daily, no matter what document you have open.

For more MS Word macro tutorials, visit http://www.wordmacroclass.com and sign up for the mailing list. I specialize in teaching people how to use Microsoft Word macros–WITHOUT knowing how to do any programming. We start by recording macros and editing them.

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Comments

angella irving says:

hello can you help me with how to Record a macro to insert one paragraph of text.

Tùng Đào Thanh says:

Can u help me how to change the shortcut key for macro word? Pls

Rajesh Raj says:

we can use ctrl+f once and ctrl+pagedown to function as this macro

Ausi Alv says:

sweet!

i want to know how to edit an icon for a quick access toolbar command.
for the “save as other formats” command

word 2007 for now

mark99k says:

It’d be smarter to use .Text = Trim(Selection.Range) so the macro will also find occurrences *without* the trailing space, if the selection has one.

Leigh Edwards says:

Dives in without explaining that you need the developer tab available to get at the macro button. Go to Word options from the button on the quick access toolbar – there is a tab at the bottom labelled Word Options

Western Sydney Hip Hop says:

How can you make a macro automatically play a sound file ?

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