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Get beyond the basics with Word 2007 macros and VBA
Nearly all computer users work in Microsoft Word but most spend much longer than necessary performing repetitive or complicated tasks that they should let Word perform for them. With Word 2007 Macros and VBA Made Easy, anyone can quickly and easily learn to automate Word 2007 using the built-in VBA programming language.
This two-color guide starts the you off recording macros and then editing them, before progressing to writing VBA code from scratch. Clear, step-by-step instructions with relevant illustrations lead you effortlessly through each task. Instructions on creating macros for the Word 2003 interface are also included.
Get beyond the basics with Word 2007
Now you can take your Microsoft Word skills to the next level with help from this hands-on guide. Word 2007 Macros & VBA Made Easy shows you how to automate tasks using the tools available in Word's built-in VBA programming language. You'll learn how to record, create, customize, debug, and share macros. Discover how easy it is to develop your own macros, save time, and boost productivity Record time-saving macros in momentsEdit your recorded macros to add power and flexibility Control your macros with message and input boxesCreate custom dialog boxes or use Word's built-in optionsRepeat actions easily as many times as neededStore essential data in variables and constantsWork with text, bookmarks, and tablesCreate documents, templates, and folders automaticallyDebug your macros and build smart error-handlersShare your macros safely with other users
About the Author
Guy Hart-Davis is the author of more than 40 computer books, including How to Do Everything with Microsoft Office Word 2007 and Microsoft Office Word 2007 QuickSteps.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Automate Actions by Recording Macros
Chapter 2. Edit Your Recorded Macros
Chapter 3. Add Simple Controls to a Macro
Chapter 4. Create a Custom Dialog Box
Chapter 5. Repeat Actions with Loops
Chapter 6. Make Decisions in Your Macros
Chapter 7. Use Variables and Strings
Chapter 8. Find the Objects You Need
Chapter 9. Work with Text
Chapter 10. Bookmarks and Fields
Chapter 11. Work with Tables
Chapter 12. Documents and Folders
Chapter 13. Debug Your Macros
Chapter 14. Get Sophisticated with Dialog Boxes