2003-07-08, 20:07 #1
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- Emanuel, South Australia, Israel
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Elementary, Watson (VBA/Word/2000)
What code can I use in a macro NOT in the Normal template to check if a specific macro exists in the Normal template?
In English: If Normal.ABC.ABC does not exist then XYZ.
What works for me now is that if it does exist, XYZ causes an error, which I trap to bypass XYZ and continue. But that is poor code. Is there any way to test for existence of the macro item?
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2003-07-08, 20:26 #2
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Re: Elementary, Watson (VBA/Word/2000)
This question has also been posted in the Word forum. To avoid confusion and duplication, post your replies to <post#=272692 >post 272692 </post#>, please. I am locking this thread.