Originally Posted by HarryT
Proceed as follows. These instructions are for Word 2002, but other versions of Word work pretty much the same way:
1. Run Word.
2. Select the "Tools/Macro/Record New Macro" menu item. This will give you a dialog box into which you can type the macro name. Call it, for example, "FormatEBook".
3. Select the "Tools/Macro/Stop Recording" menu item. You now have an "empty" macro called "FormatEBook.
4. Select the "Tools/Macro/Macros" menu item, select the "FormatEBook" macro, and click the "Edit" button. This will open the VB editor on the macro, which will start with a line saying "Sub FormatEBook()", have a couple of comment lines beginning with a single quote, and finish with the line "End Sub".
5. Copy the text of the book formatting macro from the previous page, and press "Ctrl+C" to copy it to the clipboard. Go back to the VB editor, position the cursor on the line underneath the "Sub FormatEBook()" line, and press "Ctrl+V" to paste the text into the macro.
6. Click the "Save" button, then close the VB editor.
Now, all you have to do is simply load a text file into Word, and then select "Tools/Macro/Macros". Double click the "FormatEBook" macro to run it.
Hope that helps.
Oh oh, something is not working for me. I get this error
Only comments may appear after End Sub, End function or end property.
Guess I just don't understand