On 2019/02/13 13:26, Andrew Pitonyak wrote:
if I wrote a macro that inserts the letter 'X', I would not expect the
insertion to specify the font unless I went out of my way to do so.
I am interested in seeing the macro that you are using.
Well, I am not actually "writing" the macro - I have no idea how to do
I use "Tools -> Macros -> Record macro" and open the "insert special
characters dialog box".
THIS is where the problem is.
As far as I can tell, there is no way NOT to select a font in that dialog.
On top you have the "Search / Font / Subset" fields.
"Font" gives you a list of fonts, but not the choice of "none /
automatic" etc. - or allows you to delete the currently selected font.
I had been hoping to find that kind of choice.
Mr. Pitonyak. Please don't worry. I am not in a hurry. I have been
pondering this for years already ...
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On Feb 12, 2019, at 9:55 PM, Thomas Blasejewicz <ny...@hb.tp1.jp
I have another strange question.
Work related I have to insert not infrequently symbols into texts.
To make work easier, I have already created a number of macros to insert
for example the symbol "micro" into a text using a keyboard shortcut.
Let's say, I created the macro in a document that happened to use
"Arial" as font and later want to use it in a document that uses "Times
Roman". The macro I created then inserts an "Arial font micro" into the
Times Roman text, which then looks out of place.
Is there a trick to create macros, so that the inserted symbol matches
the surrounding font?
I have tried all sorts of things, but could not yet find a solution.
It is not really a "problem", but such an automatic font adjustment
would be nice/helpful.
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