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  1. I have one macro file for all the macro's I've created for my office. 'Problem is that long ago I must have somehow copied all the PGM macros into the same macro file and now I want to remove all the PGA macro's, but IT WON'T LET ME DELETE THEM WITHOUT A PASSWORD - SOMETHING I DON'T HAVE. How can I separate the PGM macro's from the macro's that I created???? Thanks (and a big HELLO AGAIN to CORY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jeff Mazor
  2. Hi Folks, I'm glad to see this forum is still alive. It's been nearly 5 years since I've been here! I recently got on the MacExp site to see what's new, and I noticed that Professional Grade Macros made their Functions Library free! So obviously I downloaded and installed it. If {PGM Setup} is run it gives me the dialog "Must create some Registry values...." Then when I click OK, I get an error dialog "Cannot access specified registry value" on Line # 81 of { PGM Setup }. If I check my registry (with RegEdit) I do see the Professional Grade Macros/Temp/ keys. (see screenshot) Line 81 looks like it's trying to read HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Professional Grade Macros\Folders\Home even though that key has not been created... So I don't know... Any ideas what I'm doing wrong? I'm using MEpro 4.6.2.1 and Windows 7. Also, I didn't want PGM or MEp putting files in my network locations at work (which they do by default) so I pointed everything to the Program Files/Macro Express/ local folder. It could also be that the antivirus at my work place is blocking things, but I don't think so... Usually if the antivirus falsely identifies a "threat" it will completely remove the file--which it is not doing here. I'm an administrator of the computer (though not the antivirus) but I went ahead and installed PGM in "Administrator mode" just to be safe. That did not help.
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