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Mavjar
 
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Help! after I create a macro in word and close the program; it is gone by the
next time that I restart word;

I have used macros before and believe I know how to but it is not begin saved;
Any suggestions? Thanks,
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Charles Kenyon
 
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Macros are saved in templates or documents, in the normal.dot template by
default.

If you just record a macro without telling it to save anywhere else, it is
saved in the "New Macros" module of normal.dot. When you close Word, you
should be asked if you want to save changes. You have to answer "yes" to
this question.

Are you on a network?

Which version of Word?
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Help! after I create a macro in word and close the program; it is gone by
the
next time that I restart word;

I have used macros before and believe I know how to but it is not begin
saved;
Any suggestions? Thanks,



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