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How Macros Work

Most people use the individual programs that make up Microsoft Office interactively—typing text, inserting graphics, formatting, saving, and printing. For repetitive tasks, that process can sap your productivity, one click at a time. Even a procedure that requires only three or four mouse clicks can become unbearable if you have to repeat it a dozen times a day. A weekly report that requires a dozen painstaking (and time-consuming) steps to produce can chew up precious hours that are better spent on more important pursuits.

To eliminate the drudgery, you can create a macro that automates those tasks using a single, custom command.


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