Who needs to perform the same operations in Excel often can speed up the process by using macros. By button click deposited processes may be performed automatically. How to create a simple macro and deposited on a button? Here is the step-by-step instructions for Excel.
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- Provides First, make sure the developers options appear in your menu bar as a rider. this is not the case, does this fit adjust → File → Options ribbon. Sets the right window the check in the "Developer". Save by clicking OK.
- Fills the fields of the contents later automated continue to be used for.
- Then click on the tab developer tools.
- Selects the left menu strip "Record Macro".
By clicking &# 8220; Record Macro&# 8221; all further steps are taken.
- Chooses a name for the macro and confirmed with OK. From now on, will be recorded and later performed automates all the steps that you perform.
- Take the necessary steps forward, such as content copying, pasting elsewhere in the Excel sheet and empty box.
- Click Stop Recording.
- To retrieve the macro click the Macro box on the left side of the ribbon.
- It opens a window.
- There is a list, which also includes the newly saved macro can be found appears.
- If the input fields are filled again and you now click on "Run", the content is there as just performed moved to the table.
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- To simplify the retrieval process just described, you can create an Excel button on which the macro is stored, for example, right next to the input fields.
- This, first create any shape using Insert → forms. It lends itself to a rectangle. In the middle of a name can be added, such as "start" or more macros a short name for the feature.
- By right-clicking on the form, the context menu. Select "Assign Macro".
- A new window is opening up. Selects from the list the macro that want to store it.
To create a macro itself is relatively simple. It is crucial that you, executing the sequence of steps to be stored without error when creating the macro. A fairly small hurdle. Especially for large tables where regular individual values will be added at various points, the macro function is a real workload and the few minutes of creating are good spent.
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