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Help with WORD macros


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I would like to build and use a Word macro on my WORD97 system, on a W98 pc. The Help menu looks to be quite good but I am afraid I still got lost.

I want the macro to operate on a WORD file (say target.doc) where target.doc consists of a Word-produced long listing of items such as

Red
Blue
Green
…
…
Yellow

I want the macro to insert a comma at the end of each field (e.g.to produce Red,
Blue,
Green,
etc).

I know how to move the cursor to the end of Red (using the End key. But how do I then command the macro to goto the next line and repeat the process?

And how do I insert a character (what character?) at the end of the last item (Yellow) so that the macro knows when it is finished?

Thanks for your help.
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