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Formatting with macros in Publisher

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Before I download the software, I was wondering if there’s a way to set up page headers with macros. The project I will be working on will require multiple headers in the form of old bulletin board  messages to tell the story of a group who came together on line & formed life-long friendships. What needs to be included in the macro is topic, time (variable- formula set up to prompt  date & time for each entry?), to, from and subject...from multiple users.  I started this in PageMaker more years ago than I care to remember and have renewed enthusiasm at restarting it.  I was curious if Publisher also had this feature. 

Thank you for any help in this matter...

Jax

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Hi JaxR,
Welcome to the Affinity forums,

In AfPub are no macros as kind of user defined scripts. If you want to add automatically, dynamically generated text you can select a few from the "Fields" panel. Also the "Index" or "Table of Contents" might meet your desire. To assign a specific look to particular page headers you can define, save and apply text styles and use master pages.

This is the forum for Bug reports and of the Beta version. – To ask How-To questions you rather use the according Questions forum:

https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/forum/5-affinity-on-desktop-questions-mac-and-windows/

 


macOS 10.12.6,  Macbook Pro 15" + Eizo 24"

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