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Recognizing the need for single-action and multi-action macros

Recognizing the need for single-action and multi-action macros: Excel 2016: Macros in Depth
Recognizing the need for single-action and multi-action macros: Excel 2016: Macros in Depth

You can create macros to automate those day-to-day chores that take just a few clicks or command steps (like highlighting all formula cells in a worksheet or applying a special number format) and you can create macros to manipulate specific sets of data that might involve dozens of actions yet need to be performed often.

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Business Spreadsheets Excel Office Office 365

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