Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Use the macro organizer, part of Word: Automating Your Work with Macros.
- [Instructor] Other than importing and exporting modules…and creating or editing macros directly in the VB Editor,…most of the management that you'll do will be done…in the macros dialog box.…Simply go to either the View or Developer tab,…click Macros, and in this dialog box you cannot only…launch macros but you can Edit a macro,…Create a new macro from scratch, Delete a macro.…Deleting a macro here is the same as opening…the Visual Basic Editor and selecting and deleting a macro.…
Or you can copy macros from one template…or document to another using the macro Organizer.…This is the other tab on the Styles Organizer dialog…that you might have worked with.…Here is this new macros module that contains all…of the macros that are in that module in Normal.dotm.…I don't get to cherry pick and choose individual macros.…I'm either going to copy them all or not.…I can rename the module as a whole…or I can delete the module as a whole,…but I'm going to copy it to a new document.…
Now Document1 has that set of macros.…
- 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.