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Special Edition Using® Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 by Patrick Blattner

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Chapter 31. Recording and Editing a Macro

by Bill Bruns

Create Your Own Commands with Macros

Have you ever wished that you could create your own commands in Excel? Perhaps you print the same report every month. To print that report, you must follow the same 10 steps. Wouldn’t it be nice to click a button or press a keyboard shortcut and have the report print automatically? For operations like these, you can create a macro—a mini-program that performs a specific task—to repeat the steps perfectly and with much greater speed each time. Macros are ...

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