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Recording and Running Visual Basic Macros 5. 6. 804 To rename a module, select the module and click Rename. Type the new name for the module and click OK. To delete a module from a project, select the module and then click Delete. Word asks for confirmation that you really want to delete the module. Figure 28.8. Use the Organizer to copy modules from one template or document to another. Caution After you delete a module and save the template that contained it, there is no way to recover the deleted module. 7. When you are finished using the Organizer, click Close. The Organizer copies, renames, and deletes only entire modules, each of which might contain many individual macros. Running Word Commands: Word's 400+ Built-In, One-Step Macros Word has more than 400 built-in commands that you can run as though they were macros. Many of these commands are the same as the commands already found on Word's menus and toolbar buttons. In some cases, though, there are commands that aren't found on any menu or toolbar button. In other cases, these commands provide a simpler or more effective approach to operations that you can perform with other commands. Here are some of the built-in commands that you might find useful: · Connect displays a dialog box that enables you to connect to a network drive. · FilePageSetup displays the Page Setup dialog box so that you can select a different printer or other printer options. · MicrosoftAccess, MicrosoftExcel, MicrosoftPowerPoint, and similar commands start the desired program, or activate it if it is already running. · GrowFont increases the font size of the current selection, and ShrinkFont decreases the font size accordingly.