In this post, I will guide how to create Marco in ms Word.It will help yor work fastly and save your time.
Macro is a command that executes the script of a job, is integrated in Word which can automatically run when you have created, helping you perform repetitive tasks in Word without having to repeat the work manually.
Just create a Macro and you can use it right away when you need. In other words, creating a Macro is recording all the operations of your process in Word and saving it as a set of commands. To use it, you just need to press Alt + F8 to make it perform the recorded operation again.
The article shows how to create and use Macros in Word 2016.
I. Enable Marco in word.
Step 1: First, you must allow Word to run Marco. Go to File then Options.
Step 2: In Trust Center, choose Trust Center Settings.
Step 3: In Trust Center, select Macro Settings and select Enable all macros (not recommended; potentially dangerous code can run). Then click OK to save.
II. How to create Marco in ms word.
Step 1: In View, choose Marco, select Record Marco to begin to create.
Step 2: At the Record Macro interface, name the Macro in the Macro Name section. Macro Name set according to your purpose of use, for example:
– AutoNew: New macro runs when you create a new document.
– Autoclose: New macro runs whenever you close a document.
– AutoExec: New macro runs whenever you start Word.
– AutoExit: New macro runs whenever you exit Word.
– AutoOpen: New macro runs whenever you open a new document.
After naming, in the Assign macro to section, select the hammer icon next to the word Button.
Step 3: Customize the Quick Access Toolbar appears, double click on Normal NewMacros. AutoNew, this item will be moved to the right then you click OK to assign the Macro.
Step 4: The cursor will have appear as the icon below, it will record all your actions in Word. You can make the alignment, or enter the text as you like.
Step 5: After you have done the operations you want to record, choose View -> Macros -> Stop Recording to finish the Macro creation process.
Step 6: You can now open New document (File -> New or press Ctrl + N), the newly created Word document will also automatically run the Macro.
Usually, to save more time doing tasks, combine the steps into one macro. First, you record the macro. Then, run the macro by clicking a button on the Quick Access Toolbar or pressing a key combination, it depends on the setting you have made. Remember to give your macros different names to suit each of your uses. So you can shorten the time if you do the same tasks on Word.
Thanks for reading. Good luck!
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