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How to Create Macros in Excel

How to Create Macros in Excel

There are a few ways to create macros in Excel. The easiest way is to record a macro. To do this, open the Excel workbook that you want to create the macro in. Then, click on the "Tools" menu and select "Macro." Select "Record New Macro" and then click on "OK." The macro recorder will start recording your actions. Perform the actions that you want the macro to do and then click on the "Stop Recording" button. The macro will be saved in the Excel workbook.

Another way to create a macro is to type the macro code manually. To do this, open the Excel workbook that you want to create the macro in. Then, click on the "View" menu and select "Code." This will open the Visual Basic Editor. In the Visual Basic Editor, select "Module1" from the "Project" window. This will open the macro code window. In the macro code window, type the macro code. When you are finished, click on the "File" menu and select "Save." The macro will be saved in the Excel workbook.

The third way to create a macro is to use the Excel macro recorder to create the macro code. To do this, open the Excel workbook that you want to create the macro in. Then, click on the "Tools" menu and select "Macro." Select "Record New Macro" and then click on "OK." The macro recorder will start recording your actions. Perform the actions that you want the macro to do and then click on the "Stop Recording" button. The macro code will be automatically generated in the Excel workbook.

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