How to Create and Use Macros in Microsoft Word

How to Create and Use Macros in Microsoft Word

Record a macro with a button
  1. Click View > Macros > Record Macro.
  2. Type a name for the macro.
  3. To use this macro in any new documents you make, be sure the Store macro in box says All Documents (Normal.
  4. To run your macro when you click a button, click Button.
  5. Click the new macro (it’s named something like Normal
    How do you create a macro in Word?
    When you have a repetitive series of tasks to perform, you can record those tasks as a macro.
    1. Place the cursor where you want to start recording the macro.
    2. Click the Record Macro button. …
    3. Give the macro a name. …
    4. Click the Keyboard button.
    5. Press the keyboard shortcut keys that you want to use. …
    6. Click Assign.
    7. Click Close.
      Enable macros just for the current session
      1. Click the File tab.
      2. In the Security Warning area, click Enable Content.
      3. Select Advanced Options.
      4. In the Microsoft Office Security Options dialog box, click Enable content for this session for each macro.
      5. Click OK.

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