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Writing a simple macro


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batpark

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My daughter needs a simple WORD2007 macro, one that will type out a set of words ("Words to be typed out.") at the press of one key. Can this be done in WORD2007? If so, would someone please show me how? I have not been able to navigate the WORD Help screens. Thanks much. .... Batpark
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Would these help:


Record or run a macro
Applies to: Microsoft Office Word 2007

Videos on how to make macros
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AstroNut: Thanks. I'll pass along your suggestions. But I am still not clear: Can I write a simple macro -- such as typing "XYZ" at one key stroke -- using WORD itself, alone, or do I have to buy an add-on program like MacroScheduler to do so?
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Look under the View menu at top and all the way to the right. The Macro selection is there to View or Record Macros.
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