Macro baby steps seriesRead Now
Here are the links to the posts in the series:
Macro baby steps part iiiRead Now
How to use your macros without really noticing you're using macros
This is the third of a series of posts for people who would like to use macros, but who find the mere thought extremely daunting. In Macro baby steps part i, I recommended a few simple macros to start your macro journey with, and in Macro baby steps part ii I talk you through recording your own macros.
Macro baby steps part iiRead Now
Recording your own macros
In Macro baby steps part i, I promised that I would show you how to record your own macro. In Word, macros are accessed via the Developer tab (read Where is the developer tab? if you can't find it) or the View tab, which you can find here:
Macro baby steps part iRead Now
One of the many excellent sessions at 2020 CIEP conference was 'Macros for beginners', presented by Karen Cox, in which Karen introduced a selection of Paul Beverley's macros. Kate Sotejeff-Wilson reviews the session in this blog post and I know that the session inspired many people to see if using macros could help them, even though for many people this step can be daunting.
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