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How do you, step-by-step, create macros in wordperfect x5?

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How do you, step-by-step, create macros in wordperfect x5?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Programming
Expert:  The-PC-Guy replied 5 years ago.
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1. press Ctrl+F10 to open the Record Macro dialog box.
2. in the "Record Macro dialog box" Type an identifying name or a name like "font2red" for the macro in the File name text
3. Click Record.
4. Now do whatever you want to have the macro do, i.e. choose various menue options to change settings, change font, what
ever. You can do as many actions as you want for a single macro/
5. When you are finished, click the stop button "the picture of the little square" on the macro tool bar that opened
when you started recording.
6. the macro is automatically saved under the description you gave it earlier and the macro tool bar will close.

to play back your macro

1. Press Alt+F10 to open the Play Macro dialog box
2. scroll down to the filename you created earilier, what you called the macro.
3. double click it, and it will do whatever you recorded in the macro.
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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
I'm not at work today; will try it out tomorrow and then get back to you.
Expert:  The-PC-Guy replied 5 years ago.
alrighty, I think this should work for you. Try to get an Idea of what you want the macro to do first.

Let me know if there is anything else you need, or ACCEPT if it works