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How to write an OnLoad macro for MS Word document

Posted on 2007-11-27
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How to write an OnLoad macro for MS Word document?

No matter what the macro does, but I can't get it to run when the document loads
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Question by:yossikally
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by:merowinger
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office version?
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by:yossikally
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11, but it should run on any XP
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by:cquinn
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Create a macro called AutoOpen, or one called Main in a module called AutoOpen
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Anthing I can do to avoid the annoying security message?
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