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Data Modeling Made Simple with ER/Studio Data Architect by Steve Hoberman

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To create a macro, click on the Macro tab on the bottom of the Explorer pane (as shown in Figure 13.1).

Figure 13.1 Macro tab from Explorer pane

You can run any of the macros that appear using one of these commands:

Menu

Toolbar

Explorer

Shortcut Key

Shortcut Menu

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Right-click on macro, Run Macro

Right-click on macro, then <U>

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Become an ER/Studio Hotshot:

·          You can add any macro as a shortcut, by right-clicking on the macro and choosing Add/Remove to Shortcuts, and then selecting where you would like to add it to (or remove it from). If you choose Main Menu, it will appear under the Macro Shortcuts menu.

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