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    Post How about a Word and/or VBA forum?

    ExcelForum has a Word topic -- why not here too?
    Last edited by Fluff; Apr 19th, 2019 at 04:51 PM.

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    Default Re: How about a Word and/or VBA forum?

    There is the General Excel Discussion & Other Questions forum where you can post Word questions.
    Test VBA on a copy of your data (remember you can't normally reverse the action)

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    Default Re: How about a Word and/or VBA forum?

    I realize that - I'm suggesting a separate forum, with "Word" and maybe also "VBA" in the title, whose content should be specific to Word, akin to the separate Excel- and Access-specific forums.

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    Default Re: How about a Word and/or VBA forum?

    I understand that but most responders on here do not have much interest in Word. The title says MrExcel not MrOffice. If you want to ask Word questions then personally I think you are better off posting in one of the MsOffice forums.
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    Test VBA on a copy of your data (remember you can't normally reverse the action)

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    Default Re: How about a Word and/or VBA forum?

    I understand that too.
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    Default Re: How about a Word and/or VBA forum?

    The simple fact is (for whatever reason) we don't.
    Also please do not keep posting links to other sites.
    - Posting Data try one of these tools
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    - Read the FAQs

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    Default Re: How about a Word and/or VBA forum?

    Quote Originally Posted by jjasmith4 View Post
    ExcelForum has a Word topic -- why not here too?
    And that site's Word forums have attracted the princely total of just 31 new threads this year (not including duplicates). Whilst the owners of ExcelForum might consider such a low level of traffic sufficient to warrant two separate Word forums, the owners of this site have formed a different conclusion.
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