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Part 6: Advanced Word: XML, Forms, and VBA
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Microsoft Office Word 2003 Inside Out In Word, you can create and run macros in a few main ways: you can view and run existing Word commands, record macros using the Macro Recorder, and hand-code macros using the Microsoft Visual Basic Editor (VBE). In this chapter, you ll be introduced to the built-in Word commands and you ll learn how to create a macro using the Macro Recorder. We ll also look briefly at the VBE (see the sidebar Initiating a Macro in the VBE on page 906), but learning all the ins and outs of using this tool is beyond the scope of this book.
Using Built-In Word Commands
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Before you start to create your own macros, you should familiarize yourself with Word s built-in commands. As you might imagine, Word provides a number of built-in commands (over 1000), and many of them are already associated with toolbar buttons, menu com mands, and keyboard shortcuts. For example, the FileClose command is attached to the File menu s Close command. You can view, run, and associate Word commands with toolbar buttons, menus, and keyboard shortcuts in the same ways you perform these actions with mac ros you create.
Viewing Existing Word Commands
You use some of the built-in Word commands regularly without realizing it (such as when you click the Print button on the Standard toolbar), but others aren t assigned to toolbar buttons or menu commands by default. To view a list of Word s built-in commands, follow these steps:
1 Choose Tools, Macro, Macros, or press Alt+F8. The Macros dialog box appears. 2 Click the Macros In arrow, and select Word Commands in the list. The list of built-in
Word commands appears, as shown in Figure 32-1.
Figure 32-1. Using the Macros dialog box, you can display and run Word s builtin commands.
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3 Scroll through the list of Word commands. When you select a Word command s
name, the Description box shows a brief description of the command s action. To perform the described action, click the Run button. If you d rather not perform any actions at this point, click Cancel to close the Macros dialog box. To see a complete list of built-in Word commands along with short descriptions in table format, refer to this book s companion CD. If you see any commands you think you might be able to use, you can create toolbar buttons, menu commands, or keyboard shortcuts based on the Word commands, as described in the next section. The new Word commands available in Word 2003 are shown in Table 32-1 (as well as incorporated into the complete table on the companion CD).
Table 32-1.
New Built-In Word Commands
Description
Toggles Reading mode Copies the ink selection and puts its text equiva lent on the Clipboard Deletes all ink annotations Displays the Document Status pane Displays the Smart Document pane Displays the Permission toggle button on toolbar Finds the specified text or the specified format ting (opens the Find And Replace dialog box) Toggles the display of the Attachment Options task pane Activates the e-mail account chooser Sends a document to fax via the Internet Restricts permission for a document Manages the server versions of a document Applies the style lockdown settings Displays the Getting Started task pane Opens the Internet browser and displays the Microsoft product updates page Opens the Internet browser and displays the Microsoft Contact Us page Inserts ink annotations Inserts an ink comment Shows or hides ink annotations and Ink Annota tions toolbar Inserts a sound object into a document
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