Changing numerous tables in a Word document one by one would be a tedious project. Instead, use VBA!
Microsoft Word tables are a powerful feature, and some documents have many. When working with lots of tables, it’s not uncommon for someone to come in at the end and say, “Can you change the tables so they’re all … ?”
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If you have a lot of tables and someone asks for a lot of formatting changes, you might panic: but don’t. Using VBA’s Tables collection, you can cycle through all the tables in a document and make the same change(s). In this article, I’ll show you two simple VBA procedures that cycle through the Tables collection. The first one converts each table to text. The second, changes the border color to blue.