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08/15/2012

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Carinbasson

I've started using CTRL+H (Replace) and switching to the Find tab instead of CTRL+F

KOKEdit

A little book by macro creator and user extraordinaire Jack Lyon is very helpful if you want to learn to create even complex macros that will let you multitask without having to learn a programming language: Macro Cookbook For Microsoft Word. See this link: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/macro-cookbook-for-microsoft-word-jack-m-lyon/1107868228

Tad

There has never been a macro editor that could come near the one in WordPerfect 5.1 for DOS.

Carol Saller

Yes, good ol' DOS!

But I'm afraid that ship has sailed, Tad . . .

WillotheGlen

Though you don't mention it, I presume that these directions are for Word for Windows – because on a Mac, Ctrl-hyphen and Ctrl-Alt-hypen will type an en-dash and an em-dash (respectively) without all the macro-monkey-motions.

Carol Saller

You're right, WillotheGlen - thank you! I'll update the post to clarify that.

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