Hi @alub ,
We would all wish things were that simple…
It is a more complicated than it may seem. The Micro USB connector has 5 pins (VCC, D-, D+, ID, GND) while the USB type C connector has a reversible connector with 12 pins on each side (24 in total) with different data buses and transfer lines.
Even if you lined up the relevant pins correctly it would require quite precise micro-soldering, risking to lose the USB-C reversibility and possible device damage. Not to mention the female socket for the USB-C is significantly larger than a micro USB port.
Hope it answers your question.
If it is for power only, as with my DAB radio, you can buy a power only USB C connector - which is designed for exactly this purpose - though you need a soldering iron and a pinch of soldering experience. Google - USB-C Power-only Connector or just look at this ...
Micro USB being used for anything that plugs in and out regularly was an example of engineers loving their designs on paper. Totally inadequate in the physical world.
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