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Old November 17th, 2005, 05:37 AM
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I am a user of these forum (from xml-xslt) and I really like to use this. I was just wodering if you could help me with questions regarding vba? thanks.

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which questions? :-)
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yes, macros for ms word.

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well, at least we narrowed the subject to macros for word ...
and the question is .... can you be a little bit more specific

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A macro is a series of commands.
Uses of Macros are:
    To speed up regular editing and formatting.
    To combine more than one command.
    To make an option on a dialog box more accessible.
    To automate a complex series of tasks.

So VBA macro used in MS OFFICE.

For Example, you want to count the paragraphs and total lines in the word document and on one click its shows the "TOTAL paragraphs: 20 and TOTAL LINE: 100".

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