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

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In Explorer, click on the Macros tab on the bottom of the window. You can create a new macro using one of these commands:

Menu

Toolbar

Explorer

Shortcut Key

Shortcut Menu

Tools > Basic Macro Editor

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Right-click on macro or macro folder, Add Macro…

Right-click on macro or macro folder, then <A>

or

<ALT + T>, then <B>

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The screen in Figure 13.2 appears.

ER/Studio is equipped with a well-documented automation interface, driven by the Sax Basic language (a derivative of the Visual Basic for Applications language). There are two main reasons to use the automation interface:

·          Automate Routine Tasks. Automate tedious, routine modeling tasks or customize ER/Studio to enforce modeling practices in your organization. ...

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