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Chapter 31. Recording Macros > Adding Code to an Existing Macro

Adding Code to an Existing Macro

Suppose you've recorded a macro that enters a series of labels, sets their font, and then draws a border around them. Then you discover that you forgot a step or that you recorded a step incorrectly—you chose the wrong border format, for example. What do you do?

To add code to an existing macro, you can record actions in a temporary macro and then transfer the code into the macro you want to change. For example, to add to the CompanyAddress macro a step that sets font options for the company's name, follow these steps:


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