Recording macros

Santiago

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Feb 1, 2005
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I don't get the stop record toolbox when I want to record a macro. I do tools>macro>record new macro, put the name and the shortcut key and click ok. And it doesn't show it! How can I get it?

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Richie(UK)

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Hi S,

Go to the View menu and select Toolbars / Customise and then tick the Stop Recording box. Close. Close it with the X.

(NB: You probably 'lost' it by pressing the X instead of Stop when recording )

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