The “OPAS Italicizer” macro is used for Microsoft Word reports. It began its life as a tool to place text within the sideways carats into italics so that a work title: Overture to would appear as Overture to Candide in finished reports.
“Italicization” of text has largely been automated, however, so the Italicizer macro is currently used more for placing unsupported diacritical and other characters into the names of composers and performers.
The “Italicizer” macro can easily be assigned to an icon in your default Word documents so final formatting and fine-tuning reports becomes a one-click operation.
The instructions for installing the macro are contained in the Word document that houses the macro itself. Download the document here, and contact Technical Support if you have any questions on installing the “Italicizer” macro.
These links open Microsoft Word .docm files – Word documents that contain a macro. Right-click on the Link and Save the document to you computer: