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#4751

JohnD
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Rich,
Unfortunately I don’t think the macro will be acceptable for your needs. The merge is done directly in Word, and then the macro is executed.

You can use “styles” to automatically send the fax number from the document to WinFax. This is for one document at a time. For details see this posting:

http://www.getfaxing.com/cgi-bin….f=4;t=7

To remove the WinFax macro manually, follow these steps:
Note: If you have the Symantec Word XP macro installed, you will also need to remove the wfwrd2k2.dot template file.

For Windows Me, 2000, XP

1. In Word 2000/XP/2002, click the Tools menu, and then click Templates and Add-ins.
2. Uncheck the Wfword2k.dot template, and then click Ok.
3. Click File, and then click Exit. This will close Word.
4. From the Windows desktop, click the Start button.
5. Point to Search, and point to For Files or Folders
6. In the Search field, type: Wfword2k.dot and then click Search Now.
7. Select the file found in the Office/Startup or Office10/Startup directory.
8. Press the delete key, and then click Yes to confirm.

For Windows 95, 98, NT 4.0

1. In Word 2000/XP/2002, click the Tools menu, and then click Templates and Add-ins.
2. Uncheck the Wfword2k.dot template, and then click Ok.
3. Click File, and then click Exit. This will close Word.
4. From the Windows desktop, click the Start button.
5. Point to Find, and point to For Files or Folders
6. In the Named field, type: Wfword2k.dot and then click Find Now.
7. Select the file found in the Office/Startup or Office10/Startup directory.
8. Press the delete key, and then click Yes to confirm.

NOTE: The macro is also removed when you uninstall WinFax or TalkWorks.