Apply built-in style heading 1 to paragraphs where the word "Speaker" occurs

Dear Experts:

I would like to have a macro that performs the following task:

As soon as the macro hits the word "Speaker", built-in style heading 1 is to applied to the paragraph where the word "Speaker" occurs.

Help is much appreciated.

Thank you very much in advance.

Regards, Andreas
Andreas HermleTeam leaderAsked:
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dlc110161Commented:
You can create this with a Find / Replace. Turn your macro recorder on. Find "Speaker", Expand your Replace dialog box, so you can see the whole thing. (More) click the Format button, and then choose Style and select Heading 1. I would not put the word Speaker in the Replace box.

Hopefully that helps.

Dawn Bleuel
Word MVP
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Chris BottomleySoftware Quality Lead EngineerCommented:
Try the following:

Chris
Sub speaker()
Dim para As Long

    On Error GoTo 0
    For para = 1 To ThisDocument.Paragraphs.Count
        If InStr(1, ThisDocument.Paragraphs(para).Range.Text, "speaker", vbTextCompare) > 0 Then
            ThisDocument.Paragraphs(para).Range.Style = wdStyleHeading1
        End If
    Next
End Sub

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dotofficeCommented:

Sub Macro1()
'
' Macro1 Macro
' Macro recorded 29-4-2010 by mawa
'
  Selection.Find.ClearFormatting
  Selection.Find.Replacement.ClearFormatting
  Selection.Find.Replacement.Style = ActiveDocument.Styles(wdStyleHeading1)
  With Selection.Find.Replacement.ParagraphFormat
    .SpaceBeforeAuto = False
    .SpaceAfterAuto = False
    .Borders.Shadow = False
    .Borders(wdBorderLeft).LineStyle = wdLineStyleNone
    .Borders(wdBorderRight).LineStyle = wdLineStyleNone
    .Borders(wdBorderTop).LineStyle = wdLineStyleNone
    .Borders(wdBorderBottom).LineStyle = wdLineStyleNone
  End With
  
  With Selection.Find
    .Text = "speaker"
    .Replacement.Text = ""
    .Forward = True
    .Wrap = wdFindContinue
    .Format = True
    .MatchCase = False
    .MatchWholeWord = False
    .MatchWildcards = False
    .MatchSoundsLike = False
    .MatchAllWordForms = False
  End With
  
  Selection.Find.Execute
  With Selection
    .Find.Execute Replace:=wdReplaceAll
    If .Find.Forward = True Then
      .Collapse Direction:=wdCollapseEnd
    Else
      .Collapse Direction:=wdCollapseStart
    End If
    .Find.Execute
  End With
End Sub

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Andreas HermleTeam leaderAuthor Commented:
Dear all,

thank you very much for your swift help.
Although Chris' code seems logical to me, it regrettably does not work.
Dot office's code works as desired. Thank you very much
Dawn's solution is the simplest, so I guess I will award her the most points.

Again, thank you very much for your swift and great help.

Regards, Andreas
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Andreas HermleTeam leaderAuthor Commented:
Thank you very much for your time taken and your professional help. Regards, Andreas
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