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There are many steps involved in creating a macro in Microsoft Word. Let’s take a look at the steps you need to go through in order to create a macro. One of the most important steps that you need to take is inputting your code into the macro. The code that you enter into the macro should only be one line long. Your code should be exactly how it is on your screen. The third step is saving your file with the word “macro” in its name to make sure that it will automatically open when you open a word document. The final step is selecting the option “Macros” from opening the windows menu which will allow you to run your newly created macro for testing purposes

With Microsoft Word, you can do some basic macro operations to work with the text in your document. Such things as word count, copy editing, formatting, etc. We can easily create macros for specific tasks such as adding photos, page numbers, tables and charts. These things will be useful in our jobs as we write more and more content. Macro is a tool that is used for altering and customizing text by using certain keystrokes. It is also useful when you need to write a lot of text quickly, as it saves time. Fortunately, there are some simple steps that you can take to make sure your macros do not waste your time and focus on the content itself rather than the macro.

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