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MS Word VBA to Format T-SQL Text as Rich Text

By K2mission,

This VBA script was written for MS Word. It formats the text and sets default colors for keywords. SQL 2005's Management Studio now does this by default but the previous Query Analyzer did not offer this functionality. This is useful if you prefer to print and review code from time to time (not recommended for printing all scripts due to the cost of color printing). All you have to do is create a macro/module and drop the code in. You can create a button on one of your menus to be able to quickly access it. The code also offers the best rendition of page formatting that I could come up with, considering that MS Word text differs slightly from Query Analyzer, as an option/prompt when running the code.

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