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Chapter 32. Creating and Working with VB... > Copying Macros to Other Templates or...

Copying Macros to Other Templates or Documents

When you create macros in a document or template, Word stores the macros as a single macro project. Simply stated, a macro project is a collection of macros grouped under one name and stored as a single entity in a document or template. Each document or template has one macro project that contains all the macros you’ve created for that document or template. By default, when you record macros, Word stores the VBA code in a macro project named NewMacros. You can manipulate a macro project in a number of ways by using the Organizer. For instance, you can copy a macro project from one document or template to another document or template, you can delete a macro project, or you can rename it.

In this section, we’ll look at copying macro projects to other documents or templates by using the Organizer. To do so, follow these steps:


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