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Old 07-19-2020, 06:00 PM
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Just a brief question: I clicked "this document" in VBA thinking it was a menu button, and it said "saving", how can I reverse whatever it did? I noticed that the macros seemed to have disappeared from my global template
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Clicking something like ThisDocument have much of an effect on anything and seeing a message that it is saving is not 'caused' by what you clicked.

Global templates macros are available to run but not viewable/editable unless you open the template directly.
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As Andrew said, you have to actually have a global template open (or attached to an open document, which is unusual) to be able to edit the macros.


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