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Self-Aware Macros in Excel

Self-aware macros in Excel are able to understand the context in which they are used and adjust their behavior accordingly. For example, a macro that is used to calculate a sales tax might be programmed to automatically adjust its behavior if the user changes the location of the sale.

This type of intelligent behavior can be extremely useful for users who need to perform complex tasks in Excel. By programming a macro to be self-aware, users can save themselves a lot of time and effort.

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