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I have a client that has several macros in WordPerfect and would like to convert them to Word 2007.  Is this possible?
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There's no automatic macro conversion between WP and word...  Normally they've to recreate all macro for Word 2007.
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I was thinking the macros were created in Visual Basics and that I could copy and paste.  Is that possible?
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nope as Word handle the command differently, for example just the file->open the command is totally different between word and wp , and you can count how many command per each macro...  If it's old word macro to word 2007 it's possible...

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Thanks for the clarity.
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