Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Word: Automating Your Work with Macros.
- [Gini] Congratulations on completing this course.…I hope that some of the new skills you learned…can immediately be put to work.…Before you relax into that warm feeling of accomplishment,…take a moment and add your certificate of completion…to your LinkedIn profile.…This is easy to do from LinkedIn Learning,…choose Me, Learning History, and then Share a course.…Or, from lynda.com,…choose Certificates, locate the course, then click Share,…and choose Add to profile.…
Don't hesitate to review this course…in a few weeks or months,…when you do you'll pick up some additional tips and skills…that you can integrate into your work.…There are other Microsoft Word courses…in the training library.…I recommend Nick Brazzi's…Word 2016: Advanced Tips and Tricks course,…and then if you and I haven't spent…enough time together yet,…you might consider Styles in Depth, Forms in Depth,…Mail Merge in Depth, and Creating Reports in Word 2016.…
All of these courses are intended…for intermediate or advanced users.…It was a privilege to create this course for you.…
- List the steps required to run the macros on a document you created when you open the document and see a SECURITY WARNING banner message.
- Explain how to run a macro.
- Identify where to save a building block if there is no logical gallery for it.
- Recall the best way to create an auto macro.
- Recognize why you would create a macro in the Visual Basic Editor rather than using the Macro Recorder.
- Identify what you can add any existing macro to.