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F key to bring up list of macroes??

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by kraut, May 3, 2010.

  1. kraut

    kraut Flightless Bird

    Is there an F key that will bring up a list of macroes installed in
    Office 2007 Enterprise edition??

    TIA
     
  2. Steve Rindsberg

    Steve Rindsberg Flightless Bird

    In article <rlttt59672og63h7ss9grhgi5ngdin76oa@4ax.com>, Kraut wrote:
    > Is there an F key that will bring up a list of macroes installed in
    > Office 2007 Enterprise edition??


    Macros aren't installed in Office, they're either part of add-ins
    installed into the various Office apps or they're part of documents or
    templates that you have open. The exact mechanism varies by
    application.

    Alt+F8 will bring up a dialog that lists the macros in the current
    document and lets you choose from other open documents or all open
    documents. Or at least it does this in SOME Office apps.

    But what it is that you're trying to accomplish? What will having a
    list of macros do for you?
     
  3. kraut

    kraut Flightless Bird


    >> Is there an F key that will bring up a list of macroes installed in
    >> Office 2007 Enterprise edition??


    >
    >Macros aren't installed in Office, they're either part of add-ins
    >installed into the various Office apps or they're part of documents or
    >templates that you have open. The exact mechanism varies by
    >application.
    >
    >Alt+F8 will bring up a dialog that lists the macros in the current
    >document and lets you choose from other open documents or all open
    >documents. Or at least it does this in SOME Office apps.
    >
    >But what it is that you're trying to accomplish? What will having a
    >list of macros do for you?
    >



    Alt-F8 does work. Thanks much.

    Trying to accomplish bringing up a list of my macroes that I have with
    an F key as I stated in original post that are installed in Office
    2007 Word (Which I should have said in original post) such as my
    return address or date or ETC that are available to any doc I am
    working on in Word.

    Right now using the Addins Classic Menu it takes 3 or 4 clicks to get
    a list of my macroes. It is almost quicker to type in my return
    address then to go thru that. That is why I was wondering if there
    was an F key or shortcut to bring up the macroes I have in Office
    Word.
     
  4. Steve Rindsberg

    Steve Rindsberg Flightless Bird


    > Alt-F8 does work. Thanks much.


    Any time. Thanks for explaining what you needed.

    >
    > Trying to accomplish bringing up a list of my macroes that I have with
    > an F key as I stated in original post that are installed in Office
    > 2007 Word (Which I should have said in original post) such as my
    > return address or date or ETC that are available to any doc I am
    > working on in Word.
    >
    > Right now using the Addins Classic Menu it takes 3 or 4 clicks to get
    > a list of my macroes. It is almost quicker to type in my return
    > address then to go thru that. That is why I was wondering if there
    > was an F key or shortcut to bring up the macroes I have in Office
    > Word.
     
  5. Kevryl

    Kevryl Flightless Bird

    Hi Kraut,

    Auto-correct is a very good way for single-line entries.

    For example, set to replace |ad with your address, if you are happy with it
    all on one line.**

    Otherwise, what was "auto text" in Word 2000 is "Quick Parts" in 2007. Go to
    http://www.interworks.com/blogs/gbi...crosoft-word-2007-quick-parts-auto-text?CTT=1
    and scroll down to the paragraph beginning "As I was searching on Google..."
    for a discussion on recording your automatic entries.

    **I use auto-correct for Suppliers names that I have to enter frequently,
    but I always begin with "|" (that is the split verticle line usually on the
    "\" key) so as to avoid embarrassing unintentional substitutions :)

    Cheers,






    "kraut" wrote:

    >
    > >> Is there an F key that will bring up a list of macroes installed in
    > >> Office 2007 Enterprise edition??

    >
    > >
    > >Macros aren't installed in Office, they're either part of add-ins
    > >installed into the various Office apps or they're part of documents or
    > >templates that you have open. The exact mechanism varies by
    > >application.
    > >
    > >Alt+F8 will bring up a dialog that lists the macros in the current
    > >document and lets you choose from other open documents or all open
    > >documents. Or at least it does this in SOME Office apps.
    > >
    > >But what it is that you're trying to accomplish? What will having a
    > >list of macros do for you?
    > >

    >
    >
    > Alt-F8 does work. Thanks much.
    >
    > Trying to accomplish bringing up a list of my macroes that I have with
    > an F key as I stated in original post that are installed in Office
    > 2007 Word (Which I should have said in original post) such as my
    > return address or date or ETC that are available to any doc I am
    > working on in Word.
    >
    > Right now using the Addins Classic Menu it takes 3 or 4 clicks to get
    > a list of my macroes. It is almost quicker to type in my return
    > address then to go thru that. That is why I was wondering if there
    > was an F key or shortcut to bring up the macroes I have in Office
    > Word.
    >
    > .
    >
     
  6. kraut

    kraut Flightless Bird

    Thanks. Will check it out.


    >Hi Kraut,
    >
    >Auto-correct is a very good way for single-line entries.
    >
    >For example, set to replace |ad with your address, if you are happy with it
    >all on one line.**
    >
    >Otherwise, what was "auto text" in Word 2000 is "Quick Parts" in 2007. Go to
    >http://www.interworks.com/blogs/gbi...crosoft-word-2007-quick-parts-auto-text?CTT=1
    >and scroll down to the paragraph beginning "As I was searching on Google..."
    >for a discussion on recording your automatic entries.
    >
    >**I use auto-correct for Suppliers names that I have to enter frequently,
    >but I always begin with "|" (that is the split verticle line usually on the
    >"\" key) so as to avoid embarrassing unintentional substitutions :)
    >
    >>
    >> >> Is there an F key that will bring up a list of macroes installed in
    >> >> Office 2007 Enterprise edition??

    >>
    >> >
    >> >Macros aren't installed in Office, they're either part of add-ins
    >> >installed into the various Office apps or they're part of documents or
    >> >templates that you have open. The exact mechanism varies by
    >> >application.
    >> >
    >> >Alt+F8 will bring up a dialog that lists the macros in the current
    >> >document and lets you choose from other open documents or all open
    >> >documents. Or at least it does this in SOME Office apps.
    >> >
    >> >But what it is that you're trying to accomplish? What will having a
    >> >list of macros do for you?
    >> >

    >>
    >> Alt-F8 does work. Thanks much.
    >>
    >> Trying to accomplish bringing up a list of my macroes that I have with
    >> an F key as I stated in original post that are installed in Office
    >> 2007 Word (Which I should have said in original post) such as my
    >> return address or date or ETC that are available to any doc I am
    >> working on in Word.
    >>
    >> Right now using the Addins Classic Menu it takes 3 or 4 clicks to get
    >> a list of my macroes. It is almost quicker to type in my return
    >> address then to go thru that. That is why I was wondering if there
    >> was an F key or shortcut to bring up the macroes I have in Office
    >> Word.
    >>
     

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