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Chapter 11. What Are Macros and When Do ... > Documenting Your Macro: Adding Comme...

Documenting Your Macro: Adding Comments

Just as it's useful to document any program, it's also useful to document what you're trying to do in your macro. These comments can be used when you or others are trying to modify your macro later. They can also be used as documentation because they print when you print the macro.

To add a comment to a macro, click in the Comment column of the macro and begin to type. Figure 11.16 shows a macro with comments. As you can see in Figure 11.17, these comments appear in the printed macro.


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