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Word 2010 - Macro prompts

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In Word 2010, I have a macro that finds (Match case) non-capitalized words (such as texas, california, florida, etc.) and replaces them with (Texas, California, Florida, etc.) However, it says for each prompt, "Word has reached the end of the document. # replacements were made. Do you want to continue searching at the beginning? How do I get it to bypass prompting me for each of these? I know how to go into "View Macros" and then "Step Into". Does it have something to do with the ".Wrap = wdFindAsk? Can I change this to something else? Please help!! Thank you.
Nov 5 '10 #1
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