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Picture Tools->Format->Compress Pictures ==> Macro?

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Hi Experts!
Word2007.  
My users had me make them a macro that takes pictures they've inserted; redimmentions them and puts them into a table, so that they can write notes ne
 when inserting pictures, the Compress Pictures thingie works good for us. However; it is cofsing for our users.
I want to incorporate it into my macro, but can't find it.
does anyone know of a way to do so?
thanx!
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sorry;
It is confusing for our users.  
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by:Joanne M. Orzech
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WOW!!!!!  

Gilbar my dear friend!!!  It's been years!!!!  How are you????  You mean you can't find it in VB right?  

Let me take a quick look at my crystal ball and see if I can help you at all :)

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by:Joanne M. Orzech
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Which I think boils down to:

    CommandBars.FindControl(ID:=6382).Execute

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Hi!
I was hoping that you'd respond (so i could fantasize about you ;)

I'm sorry it took be so long to get back here (i was in North Carolina fishing from Fri 'til yesterday).
I'll take a look at your links, and thanx!
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:)

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Thanx Joanne!
Those were good links.

I also discovered last week that one of the problems we were having was that my picture mounting macro was still residing on an old .dot template.  When i remade one based a .dotm template, it 'seems' to default to the 'automatically perform basic compression on save' option.

I haven't thrown it to the users yet, but i think that will make them happy.  If not, now i can make the dialog box pop up for them.

You're the best!!!  

XOXO
gilbar
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No - I'm NOT _ you're the best gilbar!  It's nice when I.T. people actually want to make it easier for the users!!!


Hugs to you dear heart,

Joanne
MS Word MVP
https://mvp.support.microsoft.com/default.aspx/profile=85c20f41-c1e3-4dac-9f7f-41daf5193f2e
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