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HOW TO AUTOMATE COMMANDS IN MICROSOFT EXCEL 2013 WITH MACROS – PART 2

Microsoft Excel 2013

This is a continuation of PART 1 of this article.

For this example macro, select the personal macro workbook so that you can use it to enter the company name in the any excel workbook that you create or edit. Click on the OK button in order to close the record macro dialog box. Select the cells, enter the data and choose the Excel commands required to perform the tasks that you want. Recorded just as you normally would in creating or editing the current worksheet, using the keyboard, the mouse or a combination of the two. After you are finished recording, just click on the Stop Recording button located in the status bar or the Developer Tab on the ribbon.

To run a recorded macro just click on the View Macros option located on the macros buttons drop-down menu on the View tab or you can just press Alt+F8 in order to open the macro dialog box.

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CREATE AND RUN MACROS IN MICROSOFT EXCEL 2007

Microsoft Excel 2007

To automate a repetitive task, you can quickly record a macro in Microsoft Office Excel. After you create a macro, you can assign it to an object (such as a toolbar button, graphic, or control) so that you can run it by clicking the object. It will make you very efficient by giving you the option to done your operations just by clicking one button, which also can be set for changing the cell value, or even for opening a workbooks. This is a very smart way to save your working time while processing some complicated operations. You will significantly decrease your manual work and reduce the time needed for the work completion. You can also create a macro by using the Visual Basic Editor in Microsoft Visual Basic to write your own macro script, or to copy all or part of a macro to a new macro. If you no longer use a macro, you can delete it.