Recording macros?

Microsoft publisher

    Sponsored Links


  • 1. Page Layout question revised
    Note: I want to clarify that my earlier question relative to viewing individual page layouts refers to web publications (not print publications). I create a short newsletter--3 or 4 pages--and send it via email. Since the web publications' page setup is one continuous page, I can't view where the page breaks will fall unless I go into Print Preview. I want to make sure that the pages break correctly during printing should some recipients wish to print the publication. Thank you.
  • 2. concurrent projects on the same calendar
    I am using Project to manage the building schedule for the local Habitat for Humanity. The same homebuilding tasks are accomplished in the same order in one home after another, but the starts are staggered. Sometimes the duration of tasks change, but never the tasks themselves. Is there a way to show the progress of several different homes on the same calendar? For example I'd like to have a calendar showing that on August 1st, there will be painting in home #1, hanging drywall in home #2, and raising walls in home #3.
  • 3. Adding text in Publisher before the actual html e-mail message
    Hi. I'm sorry, I did not explain my question well. I want to add the 'click here if you can't see the following content' message before the html e-mail that I designed in Publisher. I do know how to make a hyperlink, but I want to make it in the Publisher program when I am sending out the original e-mail message, but not be part of the page I designed. I want the text and the message to be seperate. Can I do this in Publisher as I am sending the page for the first time? I want to add a seperate message before the designed portion. So it's just regular text (like a normal e-mail), then the 'beautifully designed message' to follow. I'm sorry that I am having hard time explaining myself. I've looked in all the topics and troubleshooting tips, but nothing applies to my question. Thanks.
  • 4. Training site installation
    Several of my colleagues want to get Publisher 2003 and have asked me to provide some training. We have a computer lab that we can use for training, and its computers are connected to the Internet. If they install their copies of Publisher on the lab computers, will they then only have one installation left for their desktop computers but not their laptops? I ask because when our IT folks scrubbed my computer to upgrade from Windows 2000 to XP, I had to call Microsoft to get permission to reinstall my copy. (My alternative strategy for training is to use my laptop and a projector in our conference room.) Thanks for any help or insight you can offer. -- Joe

Recording macros?

Postby Ian » Wed, 05 Nov 2003 01:45:45 GMT

Using Publisher 2002.

Is there a way to record macros and assign them to keystrokes, like in 


RE: Recording macros?

Postby pmelek » Wed, 05 Nov 2003 02:03:19 GMT

Sorry Ian. Unfortunately, no version of Publisher comes with a macro recorder.

Re: Recording macros?

Postby Ed Bennett » Wed, 05 Nov 2003 04:55:59 GMT

After managing to set up OE-QuoteFix on his new PC, Ed reads a message
from Ian < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >...

However, you can use Shortcut Manager for Publisher, available at
 http://www.**--****.com/ , to assign keyboard shortcuts to commands in
Publisher, and you can use the Visual Basic editor to write macros.

Ed Bennett - MVP Microsoft Publisher
Before reading this message, view the disclaimer:

Similar Threads:

1.Publisher Newbie looking for Record Macro


Is the old 'Record Macro" available in Publisher 2003.

I am new to Publisher but and old hand with Office and VBA.

I need to create some print looping macros for Publisher but cannot find

The old record option

Any Clues ??



2.Can I record a Macro-Can I turn off the Autoflow question when I p


2 questions:

1) can I simply record a Macro in Publisher 2007 like I can in word? Or no, 
was that conveniently not included in Publisher 2007?

2) When pasting text, can I prevent Publisher 2007 from asking if I want to 
autoflow?  I never ever, ever ever want to use that autoflow feature and want 
to quickly paste text without being asked EVERY time I do paste something in 
that is longer than the text already in place.  Thank you so much for any 

3.Macros do not appear in Macro dialog box

I create a macro by choosing Tools > Macro > Macros, entering a name, and 
clicking Create. In the editor I write the code, then return to Publisher and 
save the file. But when I choose Tools > Macro > Macros again, the created 
macro does not appear. Any suggestions on what to do?


4.How do I merge records to post cards, one record per card, four/sh

I completed the merge to Avery 8383 - 5.5 x 4.25 postcards - 4 per sheet -- 
BUT the Publisher document prints FOUR OF THE SAME ADDRESSES PER SHEET --  I 

5.Can you record a macro in Publisher like you can in Excel?

In Excel I use the feature to Record a Macro.  Excel records the keystrokes 
and converts to VB.  Does Publisher have that option?  In my version, 
Publisher 2003, I can Create a Macro, and it takes me into VB.  However, I 
don't know how to code VB.

6. enable macros for trusted publisher

7. "Always trust macros from this publisher" is greyed out in Excel

8. "Always trust macros from this publisher" is greyed out in Exc

Return to Microsoft publisher


Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 93 guest