Would anyone care to help me with a Word macro that jumps to the end of the next word?
Ctrl-Right arrow will do this out of the box, BUT it goes to the BEGINNING of the next word. I want to stop at the END of the next word.
So I wrote a fairly simple macro that uses Ctrl-Right to go to the beginning of the next word, and then a left arrow to go back one space. And that works great unless there is punctuation involved or two spaces at the end of a sentence (which I use). In that case, my macro leaves me in the middle of a word or in between the two spaces.
I know there is programming code for find the end of a word and find the beginning of a word or find the next character that's not a space. But a problem that I'm having is that Ctrl-Right stops before a punctuation mark. I need my macro to stop after the punctuation mark. Ctrl-Right won't do that.
Can anyone help?