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macro

(mak′rō)
A set of instructions that invokes the computer to run a command or an action, e.g., pressing “Ctrl” + “i” to add italics to selected text.

macro,

pref a prefix meaning excessively large or big.
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A Mechanical Engineer with a Masters in Business Adminstration, Kashif has managed day to day operations for a range of Government buildings, overseen refurbishment works, disaster recovery, procurement and technical services for Macro clients, and has introduced a number of successful energy management exercises.
One example of macro-based malware is Adnel, a macro that downloads and runs files on your PC when you open an infected Microsoft Office file.
While the macro recorder is running, access the Page Setup dialog.
In addition to normal macro functions, like moving the mouse cursor or entering text or opening application windows, Macro Scheduler also offers embedded Visual Basic Script.
If you know Visual Basic, the macro software, you can write the script yourself, but it's a lot easier to let Excel do it for you.
Macros For Real People also has support for password-protected macros, so only the proper user can edit, schedule, delete, and use such macros.
Caledonia, MI, have created a closed loop macro that directly accesses the company's sales database, enabling the user to enter in dimension and style preferences for the various doors Karona manufactures.
Make certain that you have the Macro virus protection turned on in your copy of Word 97.
Some of these features include templates and macros.
A macro placed in its own file will automatically have its cell and range specifications assigned to whatever file the macro is placed in.
To name the macros in cells B10 and B13, move the cell pointer to cell A10 and select / Range Name Labels Right A10.
These two macros are used to display full screen help messages.