Macro to consolidate

Kizega

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  1. 2019
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  1. Windows
Greetings all,

I'm hoping to get a bit of assistance, I'm new to macros, but I'm hoping they will assist me with this project I have to do for work. I have about 80 word documents to review and I need to copy all items that have a red cross against an operation (refer below), in all these documents and consolidate them into one new excel spreadsheet.

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Is there a way to create a macro, that when activated, will review the word document, find operations that have this red cross (Located in a field called NA) then copy the whole line into an excel spreadsheet?

We are using word and excel 2016.

Any assistance, would be greatly appreciated.
 

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