Macro In MS Word?
I wanted to ask if it is possible to make a macro similar to that in excel which will highlight same numerical values across the document automatically. It would be a gift from above to be able to make it highlight values in predefined ranges in different colours on its own - like highlight values between 120 and 140 in red and values between 390 and 467 in green.
Thank you very much !!!
Any thoughts are appreciated!
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Quote:Originally Posted by InsertFunnyName
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