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If you need to copy a macro, the easiest way is to add the developer tab to your ribbon in word options, then go to the macro list, select the macro and select edit. This will bring up the macro window with the code in it. When it does, you can copy that code, then go to the macro window and select new... Or you can just paste it into the window and it will create the macro for you.
You can simply recreate the macro by selecting the record macro button and performing those steps and then saving it. What happens when you try that?