Microsoft KB Archive/57992

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Displaying Dialog Boxes for Dialog Box Equivalent Macros

PSS ID Number: Q57992 Article last modified on 11-19-1991


Summary: Instead of specifying the argument(s) of dialog box equivalent macros, in Microsoft Word for Windows you can display the dialog box itself. To display the dialog box, append a command button equivalent to the argument list of the keyword form of the macro statement. Note: Only one command button equivalent may be specified per statement. For example, to display the dialog box for the File Print Merge command, the statement would be as follows: FilePrintMerge NewDocument NewDocument is the command button equivalent in the first dialog box of the File Print Merge command.

Additional reference words: 1.0 1.00 w4wmacro w4wmerge