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Part V: Automating Your Work > Creating and Running Macros

Chapter 16. Creating and Running Macros

In This Chapter

  • Learning what a macro is and how it can save you time.

  • Running macros that someone else has written.

  • Creating your own macros for repetitive tasks.

  • Creating two sample macros that you can use right away.

  • Assigning macros to shortcut keys, toolbars, and menus.

  • Protecting your system against macro viruses.

Macros are different from the other automation features in Word. The macro language is powerful. With a few exceptions, anything you can do in a document can be done in a macro. The nice thing about macros is that you don’t have to learn the macro language to write your own macros.


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