Imagine I have two documents open in Word: document A (English original) and document B (traslation).
• In document A, the words are labelled like this: My tailor is rich… (no colour)
• In document B, the words are labelled as well, but with coloured labels: Mi sastre es rico… here, every labelled word has a specific Word colour.
With the document B "active" (visible on the screen) and the document A just open (but not active), the macro should give to every word in document A corresponding (in number) to a word in document B (even if the word itself is different) the same colour of the word in B. This means that if word number  in B is red, word number  in A must become red as well, and if word  in B is orange, word in A will become orange. As a result, all the numbered words in document A must have exactly the same colour as the corresponding numbered word in B (the colours used will be the standard colours from the colour font menu of Word).