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Florence has attended:
Word Advanced course


how would macro be uselful in a job where as yet you have not had to create forms

RE: Macros

Hi Flo

Thanks for the post glad you enjoyed the course today

The main reason that Macro's will be useful at work is for 2 main reasons 1. to stop other users from make mistakes and keeping things consistent. 2. to save you and other members of your work time (just remember that they are rpocedure based) so follow the procedure very closely and test them out to see they run ok.

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