with built-in commands in Word
The application Word is built around many visible procedures (macros if
you like). You can modify many of the built-in features and add your own
customizations to fit the
needs of your company/organization.
When you save or print a document a predefined command is executed. To
modify one of the built-in commands is referred to as intercept.
If you are using a non-English version of Word you still have to
use the English commands. You'll be presented with a list of commands in
your language version of Word - not the English ones. You'll have to
guess or download a list to get the correct wording. The link at the end
of the document will help you find the Excel file, which also includes
information about every command and their shortcuts applicable to the
English version of Word.
Follow these steps to intercept FileSaveAs
1. Select Tools-Macro-Macros
2. Type the macro name, for instance FileSaveAs. When typing the correct
word, you'll see a description, in the text box at the bottom of the
dialog. Even if you have a foreign version you type it in English. When
you've typed an identifiable string Word will display what the macro does.
If there are typos no text will show in the lower text box.
3. Select the Create button on screen.
4. A macro window (in the VB-editor) will open up with the modified
command's code displayed.
' FileSaveAs Macro
' Saves a copy of the document in a separate file
Make changes to the macro, save and close the editor. If it
was a FileSaveAs macro you created, try to select File | SaveAs to see what happens.
More about this at the MVP site Intercept
Save and Print