Macros disappear once created -

When Macros is created in either Word or Excel is disappears when restarting either program. When I try to look for the macros it's as if I never created the macro.
rwilder25Asked:
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sentnerCommented:
Are you saving the files before exiting?  The macros are part of the documents, not application-wide.
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rwilder25Author Commented:
I'm putting them in my personal Macros Workbook
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byundtMechanical EngineerCommented:
You have to save Personal.xls as part of closing Excel--otherwise the macro will be lost. You should be getting a prompt to do that.
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GrahamSkanRetiredCommented:
In Word, where do you write the macros? In the Normal template?
There may be a problem with saving or opening the template.
Check the dates of any normal.dot files in the folders given in Tools/Options, File locations tab - User templates and Workgroup templates.
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rwilder25Author Commented:
I'm going to give this to Craig, IT, and ask him to deciper this geekense (I don't get it). Thanks for the help.
-R
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