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Macro Troubleshooting

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mike adler

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Normally, after I've written a macro I can run it again, even though I've closed the document and application, then re-opened the document.

For some reason (at work) my macro is removed from the macro list as soon as I close the application.

The only way my macro is retained is if I write it in the normal.dot file itself. Very inconvenient.

Any ideas?

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I had some similar problems.

When I investigated it looks like MS will write new macros to normal.dot
When I copied the macro to a module within my own document and removed the code from normal.dot in the VB Explorer window the issue was resolved.

Hope this helps.
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