VBA: Tags in MS Word
Thread poster: DZiW

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Oct 29, 2011

Hi guys)

I recently have upgraded my PC and have my HDD replaced, but occasionally I did forget to save some VBA macros which helped me greatly... The problem is I cannot find them now because they were taken from different sources and mostly were remakes and recombinations of many...

Thus I've got a question to those who are good at VBA (there're quite many, if I remember correctly):

1) Many of you work with phpBB/HTML tags for marking bold/italic/underlined, but how to prepare (mark-up) a formatted .DOC for the Internet version correctly as a plain text to paste?

For example, there's a sentence "Press OK to blah-blah-blah" which should now read as "Press [ b ]OK[ /b ] to blah-blah-blah".

2) How to replace active hypertext links with their plain text links in brackets?

For instance, there's a hypertext link saying "Check *this* document blah-blah-blah" which should be replaced with "Check *this* (http:/www.document.com) document blah-blah-blah"?

They are two macros I'm missing so much... Indeed, one who seeks will find, but I've been already searching for it for almost three days, and I'm also searching here. Hope it would be useful for many colleagues too


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