This video brings us into the VBA Editor to move the Macro code to the Normal Template. Don’t worry if you’re not used to the code window, all will be explained!
When you open a document that contains a Macro, you will get a Security warning. This video shows that warning and explains what it means.
We cannot save a Macro into a .docx document. This video shows the message we receive when we try to do that, then we’ll see the steps we need to take, to keep our Macro.
This video goes through creating the Page and Page Numbering that we want to use in our document. We want the first page to house our Table of Contents and we want the second page to start it’s numbering at 1, not 2.
In this set of videos, we are going to create our own named Styles, then attach those Styles to a Multilevel List, which we’ll apply to the document. We’re then going to create a Table of Contents using our own Styles, not the defaults. This video shows you what the finished result will look like.
We’ll create a Cross-reference to a Page Number, but we’ll also see how we can make more of the text into a hyperlink, for users to click on.
We’ve seen there is an issue with regards to Graphic Captions. By default they insert a Text Box, which causes layout issues and updating issues. This video shows you the steps you can take to change that.
Have you asked a colleague to look over a document, and they have done, and they’ve made changes to it? Then you realise that you didn’t set Track Changes and neither did they? This video shows you how to deal with that situation, using the Compare feature.