Robots for Microsoft Word 2003

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This book is written for people who don’t want to program but need to because:

  1. They want to be more efficient.
  2. They want to increase the worth of their investment in Microsoft Word.
  3. They have word processing tasks that need automation because they are difficult, tedious and time-consuming.

There is a good reason for starting with Microsoft Word 2003. You can now obtain Microsoft Word 2003 for free from family, friends or from the Internet. You can buy heavy reference books for Microsoft Word 2003 from Goodwill for 75 cents on half price day. You can buy almost any used 2003 reference book from Amazon or AbeBooks for $4. So if you are unemployed you can turn yourself into a word processing specialist by studying this book and others like it.

All of the macros and subroutines contained in this book will work in Word 2007! What you learn about Microsoft Word 2003 macros and subroutine apply with minor modifications to later versions of Microsoft Word. The graphical user interface of later versions is, of course, quite different.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Necessary Knowledge
Chapter 3: Recording a Word Macro
Chapter 4: Enhancing a Recorded Macro
Chapter 5: Useful Subroutines
Chapter 6: Advanced Coding
Chapter 7: A Toolbar Button Factory

Book Details

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  • Pages: 142 pages
  • Edition: 1
  • Publication Date: 2015-03-19
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: B00UZ97Q2Q

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