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I know I said I couldn't cover any of the programming commands as much as I would like to. I just don't have the space here to do justice to the information. However, there is one very simple thing you can do that opens all sorts of possibilities in your macros. You can insert a pause, which causes the macro to stop and wait for input. When you press Enter, the macro continues. You can insert as many pauses in a macro as you like. And you can type as much text as you like during the pause.

A pause in a macro is similar to the Keyboard Merge command, where you can pause the process to type something and then continue the process. A fill-in-the-blanks form is a perfect candidate, but so is any document with standard blocks of text and a few places where you need to type in something different.


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