Tools for technical editors
For other macros and information resources for Microsoft Word, see http://www.jeanweber.com/links/word-res.htm.
Editing macros for Word and WordPerfect
- Word macros
- Provided by Matthew Stevens email@example.com,
who says, "This zipped file contains my editing macros for Word 97/98. Use
WinZip, StuffIt Expander or similar to expand it. Open the file to read
the descriptions and to copy the macros into your Normal template. If you
have "macro virus protection" set in Word, you will get a warning that there
are macros present. If this worries you, then choose to open the file without
the macros. The text of the macros is also present in the file, so you can
cut and paste them into the macro editor if you like.
There are some other macros in the file. I can't delete them without making all macros inaccessible (don't ask me why; I haven't the foggiest). You might find these useful, anyway, particularly if you attach them to keystrokes.
No claims express or implied are warranted for any of these macros. User beware.
- The Electric Editors have lots of useful resources on a variety
of relevant topics, including a collection of macros for Microsoft Word
and links to a huge selection of Word resources, and three mailing lists.
- WordPerfect macros
- Provided by Matthew Stevens firstname.lastname@example.org, who says, This zipped file contains the text of several macros for WordPerfect 3 for Mac (in WP5.1 file format). The text can be cut and pasted into the WP macro screen to make fully functional macros. Users of other word processors are welcome to use the macro text as a basis for their own macros.