Copying Word macros

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Microsoft Word
Word macros
Greetings, all! I have a bunch of macros I've written myself and would like to copy them from the "Normal" area (seemingly the only choice since the "All" area doesn't show up when I click the Organizer button) to the specific document I'm editing. Unfortunately, when I select the Normal area "NewMacros" name and click "Copy", I get the message "The project item cannot be copied." How do I go about getting these macros copied into the document? Thanks! :-) Bruce
ASKED: August 5, 2009  4:46 PM
UPDATED: August 6, 2009  3:41 PM

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Have you opened the VBE? If not, hit Alt + F11 and you will see on the left hand side an area for Normal and a Project for each document. Under Normal you should see a folder for Macro. Open that and click and drag the macro you wish to copy to the Project you wish to copy it to. This will create a copy, not move the macro. Hope that helps.

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