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Default Saving macros

When I create a new macro and choose to save it in the "Normal.dotm"
template, and then restart Word, the macro disappears the second time I open
the program; although it works well when I save it in the current document
instead of the normal template.
I need to save my macros in the normal template to be available in all
documents.

Can anyone help me to solve this problem?
Thank you

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Default Saving macros

You are not saving normal.dot when quitting the program - or from the vba
editor when you have added your macro. If you are not getting the prompt, it
is likely that some add-in or other is preventing Word from saving
normal.dotm.

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Office_user wrote:
When I create a new macro and choose to save it in the "Normal.dotm"
template, and then restart Word, the macro disappears the second time
I open the program; although it works well when I save it in the
current document instead of the normal template.
I need to save my macros in the normal template to be available in all
documents.

Can anyone help me to solve this problem?
Thank you



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