How to install a macro (e.g. found on the Internet) in Microsoft Word for Mac 2016?
Thread poster: CafeTran Training (X)

CafeTran Training (X)
Netherlands
Local time: 03:45
Sep 23, 2017

Since finding your way around in the Visual Basic Editor of Word for Mac 2016 is a little complicated, I've described an alternative approach:
  • Record a new macro, make sure that its name corresponds with the macro that you want to install.
  • Type a dummy text (that you'll remove later).
  • Copy the content of the macro, make sure to select all code after the first Sub and before the last End sub.
  • Edit the recorded macro.

For a demo, see: https://youtu.be/zOMaORf96Vk


[Edited at 2017-09-23 13:16 GMT]


 


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