How do I take a .bas file and turn it into a Macro in WOrd 2010

Posted on 2011-10-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I had to reformat a drive and reinstall WOrd 2010 and I tried to save my Macros by exporting them as .bas files.
Now I am not sure how to recreate them as Macros.
Question by:kcassone
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    Expert Comment

    In the VBA editor, do File/Import and browse for the files.

    You could have saved the template(s) with the macros instead.

    Author Comment

    please be specific where is the VBA EDITOR

    Author Comment

    Ok imported .bas files but are not in Macro WIndow in Word.
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    Accepted Solution

    Alt+F11 opens the VBA editor.

    Select the project that you want to import to in the top left-hand pane. If the template is not visible, open it as a document in the Word window.

    From the menu, choose the Import item from the File menu and browse for the files. If you also saved any userforms they will appear as .frm files.

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