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Editing a Macro

You can use the Visual Basic Editor again whenever you want to edit a macro. Unless you're familiar with creating macro code in this editor, however, it's probably a good idea to delete and re-record a macro if it's not working or requires significant changes to work properly. But for simple changes, even a user unfamiliar with VBA can use the editor to make minor modifications. You can change text entries that the macro inserts. Any text appearing in quotes is text that the macro adds to your presentation (see Figure 20.5). Edit or retype this text as needed.

Figure 20.5. Misspell something while recording your macro? Fix the text in the Visual Basic Editor window.



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