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rob p
07-10-2005, 12:04 AM
Word 2000. I need something like an auto text entry. At the bottom of all
our letters we sign off

Test & Co., LLP.

The problem is I need the LLP part to be smaller than the rest of the
company name. (Regular text size 12 TRoman, LLP 8 Troman.) Is there a way
of doing this somehow?
Maybe a macro? ( I'm thinking of that as I post this. - Anyway, I'm looking
for an easy, good idea.)
Thanks.
rob

Anne Troy
07-10-2005, 12:04 AM
Should be simple enough to record, Rob. Try this:
http://www.officearticles.com/word/record_a_macro_in_microsoft_word.htm
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"rob p" <nospam*wlb@stans.net> wrote in message
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> Word 2000. I need something like an auto text entry. At the bottom of all
> our letters we sign off
>
> Test & Co., LLP.
>
> The problem is I need the LLP part to be smaller than the rest of the
> company name. (Regular text size 12 TRoman, LLP 8 Troman.) Is there a way
> of doing this somehow?
> Maybe a macro? ( I'm thinking of that as I post this. - Anyway, I'm
looking
> for an easy, good idea.)
> Thanks.
> rob
>
>

TF
07-10-2005, 12:04 AM
Just create the sign off and save it as a formatted AutoText entry. I don't
see the need for a macro or anything special. Make sure that the AutoText
entry is stored with the template so that it is available to all users.

--
Terry Farrell - Word MVP
http://word.mvps.org/

"rob p" <nospam*wlb@stans.net> wrote in message
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: Word 2000. I need something like an auto text entry. At the bottom of all
: our letters we sign off
:
: Test & Co., LLP.
:
: The problem is I need the LLP part to be smaller than the rest of the
: company name. (Regular text size 12 TRoman, LLP 8 Troman.) Is there a way
: of doing this somehow?
: Maybe a macro? ( I'm thinking of that as I post this. - Anyway, I'm
looking
: for an easy, good idea.)
: Thanks.
: rob
:
:

Charles Kenyon
07-10-2005, 12:04 AM
You might also use small caps formatting with lower case llp.
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"rob p" <nospam*wlb@stans.net> wrote in message
news:uJEUWF0dFHA.2984@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
> Word 2000. I need something like an auto text entry. At the bottom of all
> our letters we sign off
>
> Test & Co., LLP.
>
> The problem is I need the LLP part to be smaller than the rest of the
> company name. (Regular text size 12 TRoman, LLP 8 Troman.) Is there a way
> of doing this somehow?
> Maybe a macro? ( I'm thinking of that as I post this. - Anyway, I'm
> looking
> for an easy, good idea.)
> Thanks.
> rob
>
>

rob p
07-10-2005, 12:04 AM
Thanks all. I will look into small caps. I like the save as a autotext entry
idea.
rob

"TF" <terryfarrell%40%6d%73%6e%2ecom> wrote in message
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> Just create the sign off and save it as a formatted AutoText entry. I
don't
> see the need for a macro or anything special. Make sure that the AutoText
> entry is stored with the template so that it is available to all users.
>
> --
> Terry Farrell - Word MVP
> http://word.mvps.org/
>
> "rob p" <nospam*wlb@stans.net> wrote in message
> news:uJEUWF0dFHA.2984@TK2MSFTNGP15.phx.gbl...
> : Word 2000. I need something like an auto text entry. At the bottom of
all
> : our letters we sign off
> :
> : Test & Co., LLP.
> :
> : The problem is I need the LLP part to be smaller than the rest of the
> : company name. (Regular text size 12 TRoman, LLP 8 Troman.) Is there a
way
> : of doing this somehow?
> : Maybe a macro? ( I'm thinking of that as I post this. - Anyway, I'm
> looking
> : for an easy, good idea.)
> : Thanks.
> : rob
> :
> :
>
>


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