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Create and Run Macros in Word 2003

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I suspect this is probably something to do with security settings, but I wonder if anyone can help me with this.

I wish to record a macro that will enable me to automatically print a letter on letterheaded paper with a copy on plain paper for the file. On previous versions of word and in other firms, I achieved this by recording a macro and running it. Dead simple.

However, now when I try and record the macro, it all behaves exactly as it did before but when I run the macro, I get two sheets of plain paper, neither of which contains my letter!

Has anybody else encountered similar problems or can anyone suggest what I am doing wrong and how to fix it?!

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