Join Mariann Siegert for an in-depth discussion in this video Importing macros, part of Word: Building Blocks and Macros.
As we saw when exporting modules using the VBA editor, the exported file gets…saved into .bas or basic format.…You can use this method to backup your macros or to share them with others.…Since the exported file is in .bas format, you can open the file with Notepad…or any other text editor and simply copy and paste a single macro from it to any module.…Of course, you can always import the entire .bas file and delete any unneeded macros.…
Let's start by opening a new document.…We're going to import our module, press Alt+F11 on your keyboard to toggle to the…Visual Basic Editor.…Since we opened a new document, you'll see in the project explorer up here the…Normal template and you should also see one that says Project Document1.…Make sure that you click on the plus sign (+) to expand it so you can see…everything underneath of it.…You have two folders underneath of your project.…One should be called Microsoft Word Objects and the other folder is called References.…
Click on the plus sign next to Microsoft Word Objects and you'll see this document.…
- Using built-in and custom building blocks
- Adding power utilizing building block content controls
- Using building blocks and macros together
- Recording, playing, and pausing macros
- Saving macro-enabled documents and templates
- Employing macros and field codes together
- Assigning keyboard shortcuts and buttons to macros
- Editing and combining macros
- Getting started with VBA code
Skill Level Intermediate
Word 2010 Essential Trainingwith Gini von Courter8h 3m Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Putting Building Blocks to Work
3. Using the Power of Macros
4. Real-World Macro Projects
5. Stepping Into VBA
6. Managing Macros
Importing macros5m 49s
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