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Hello All, I'm new here and I didn't want to necrobump an old thread. I have been continually adding functionality to a set of almost 100 macros that work together like a system that automates a whole bunch of tasks. This runs on a dedicated computer, and the idea is to run it and let it do its thing for several days. All of the macros are "No activation" macros, there is one main macro that is set up as an infinite loop in which other macros are called, and I export this macro as playable for the whole thing to be manually run on demand. I've developed this over the span of about a year, and it's been working great, however recently I'm getting a "Macro does not exist (0x000E)" error when running the playable macro. - I know the macro exists - It is spelled correctly in the Macro Run command - The optional macro file field is always empty for any Macro Run command - I never experience this error when I run it from the script editor (test run), and we've resorted to running it this way (however this is not suitable for us) What's funny is that, when I run the playable macro, it all works fine for the first cycle of the infinite loop; the error only pops up the second time around. Just for testing purposes, I disabled the Macro Run command that was causing the error, and the error popped up for a different Macro Run command. Hence, this problem is not specific to that single specific command. I am using Macro Express Pro 188.8.131.52 on Windows XP SP3 Any suggestions to determine the cause of the problem and fix it?