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Navigate the Word menu to Tools | Macro | Record New Macro…
You see the little Recorder Control floating on top of your document. Perform the normal keystrokes you want to record and then click the stop button on the control.
Navigate the Word menu to Tools | Macro | Macros to get to the Macros Dialog screen to see your macro in the list. Highlight it to reach the options on the left-hand side of the screen.
Click the Edit button on the previous screenshot and you will bring up the Visual Basic code editor with your recorded keystrokes listed in code format. It should bring a smile to your face when you realize that you don’t have to code all that by hand.
To get your macro on the toolbar or to create a keyboard shortcut, you first have to call up the interface customization application by right clicking a blank spot in the toolbar area.
Looking in the macro section you will see your newly recorded macro. You can drag it to your toolbar where a new button will be created just for your macro.
To get to the Customize Keyboard screen you click the Keyboard button found on the previous screen. Once you find your macro, you can give it a handy keyboard shortcut that will invoke the macro at the touch of a button or two.