KEYMACRO is a powerful and easy-to-use keyboard macro software. Simply type the text in the “Keyboard Macro” field, and press the “Insert Key” button to record the text. Next, press the “Trigger Key” button, and then press the key you want to activate in the Keyboard Macro dialog box. Finally, press the “Stop Key” button to save your macro as a text file.
Keyboard Macro The first step in creating a keyboard macro is to fill in the Keyboard Macro field with the text you want to trigger. Each time you press the “Insert Key” button, it will record the text typed in the field. To create a complete macro that runs the selected text, enter the text you want to run in the Keyboard Macro field. When you are satisfied with the contents of the field, press the “Trigger Key” button to record the text.
Then, press the key you want to use as a trigger in the Keyboard Macro dialog box. There are many different kinds of trigger keys available. You can use the “Home”, “End”, “PageUp” or “PageDown” keys as triggers. For example, you can use “Page Up” to run a macro that moves the insertion point up a line, and “Page Down” to move the insertion point down a line. Press the “Stop Key” button to stop recording. When you are satisfied with the contents of the field, click OK. The “Stop Key” button will return to its original state after you record a macro.
Keyboard Macro Features Keyboard macros enable you to record text by pressing a specific key. You can run the macros using a trigger key. You can also save the macros to text files. You can run a macro at various different times and positions of the text. You can run a macro multiple times without duplicating the macros.
Easy Macro Creation To create a macro, you must first enter text in the Keyboard Macro field, and then press the “Insert Key” button. Keyboard macros are recorded in a text file with an.xlsm extension, which is a format used by Excel.
Macro Execution You can press any key to run a macro. You can press the trigger key to run the macro. You can set the delay before the macro runs. You can also specify the position of the insertion point. You can also stop a macro from running. Once the macro has finished, you can edit the text of the macro.
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Allows macros to be defined and triggered by keystrokes. Macro records a set of keystrokes, and can be triggered with the same or other macros. They are executed in the sequence they were pressed. Macro can only be triggered by keystrokes that match the binding of the macro, the keystrokes themselves, or their combination. Macro can also modify the state of the current keyboard event. Macro can be bound to a short text, and result text can be edited by the user. This way, macros can be created for a variety of custom actions. For example, a macro can be created to enable and disable a certain toolbar button. Other custom actions include launching a menu, opening an application, inserting a specific number of spaces, a specific character string, and so on.
To assign a macro to a keystroke, first press a keyboard modifier. Macros will appear in the command bar. Right click on any button and select “Assign to keyboard”
To create a macro, select a text string or character to bind the macro. Then, select a keyboard modifier, and press a key on your keyboard to create the macro. To bind a macro to the keyboard, right click on the keyboard and select “Assign to keyboard”. To record a macro, first press a keyboard modifier, and hold down a key on your keyboard for a defined duration. The macro is recorded, and the command bar will appear to allow you to review and edit the macro. To trigger a macro, press a modifier and release the key. A macro can have several trigger keys, and the key can also be pressed once, or for a multiple number of times. To clear the macro, select the button in the command bar, and press “Clear Macros”
Creating macros will start a new document (or close an existing one). Once created, macros can be triggered by the keystroke. Keystrokes that produce any key (such as “key X”) can be used to trigger macros. Keystrokes that produce modifier keys (such as “alt key” or “shift key”) can be used to trigger macros. Macros can also be triggered by keystrokes that produce sequences of modifiers (such as alt-key-shift-key-a). Macros can also be triggered by keystrokes that produce modifier keys in a specific order (such as alt-key-shift-key).
To create a macro, right-click on any button in the command bar, and select “Assign to keyboard