Running a macro


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Running a macro

Excel macros let you perform complicated tasks such as manipulating PivotTables quickly by recording the steps and playing them back when needed. In this movie, I will show you several ways run your macros so you can pick the one that works best for you. I have started with just a blank workbook open and the reason for that is that I want to show you what can happen if you open a workbook that contains a macro. To do that, I will trust Ctrl+O to display the Open dialog box and then I will navigate to my Exercise Files folder, which is on my Desktop, and then under Chapter 8, I will double-click Running, which is the sample file we will use for this movie.

When I double-click the file to open it, you might see a security warning bar, indicating that macros have been disabled. You then have two options: either to enable the content or to click the Close button to close the message bar without enabling macros. In this example I do want to use the macros so in a moment we'll click of th...

Running a macro
Video duration: 5m 57s 3h 43m Intermediate

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Running a macro provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Curt Frye as part of the Excel 2010: Pivot Tables in Depth

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Business
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Excel
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