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Two years ago, I created a macro that, after highlighting a word (in Word), I could press my macro key assigned to my macro and it would bring up the Autocorrect Menu (the one where you type a menmonic to call out the whole word). The macro I created works great. It leaves the autocorrect menu up and then I enter what I want and close it out. Now, I cannot recreate that macro because after it brings up the autocorrect menu, I cannot stop the macro at that point. I have to close out the autocorrect menu. I tried just copying the macro info into the current computer, but it does not work.
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Hi taylorv

Can you post a copy of the macro code? What version of Word it was written in and the version that you are trying to insert the code into. If you can post this i'll have a look and should be able to assist in solving your problem.

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