How to record from within a sub...

brucesw

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G'day,

I have a simple question, I think; can I click on a line of vba code and start recording new lines of my macro?

Of course, I can record a new macro, copy and paste into my existing code but I'm interested to know if I can "record from within".

Thanks in advance,

Bruce (y)
 

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Bruce

I don't believe this is possible... all though an interesting idea.

The intended purpose of the macro recorder was a tool that offers custom automation to those who do not code.

The bonus just happens to be for people like me (code challanged) that can find how to code things...
 
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