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How can I assign a keyboard shortcut to a macro which already exists.  I can't seem to find a dialog box or menu to do this?
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Word Options> Customize>Keyboard Shortcuts.
Select 'Macros' in the top LH box
Select your macro in the top RH box.
Press your key combination and then 'Assign'
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