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  1. I need some assistance. I have 545 macros that employ a "windows activate" command to an old database. The database name has changed. So I have to go into each macro and edit it using the "Find and Replace all" command each time for 545 times. I have tried to write a macro that would accomplish this goal using a hot key. But it does'nt appear to work. I tried, while in the Macro Express Pro - Explorer, to write a macro that go one-by-one to the next macro below it and: arrow down (to go to the macro below it) enter (to edit the macro) CRTL r (find and replace the two database's names) ALT a (find and replace all) Activate "Replace" box; move mouse to "x" and close "replace box" CTRL l to save and close. I would then have the macro repeat itself 545 times. Some assistance in the best way to accomplish this would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Does anyone know of a way to temporarily disable the mouse while still allowing the user to use keyboard? My goal is to not allow the user to derail the macro by accidentally bumping the mouse while it is running, however I want them to be able to stop the entire macro with the ‘Scroll Lock + Pause Break’ hot-key. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
  3. Hello guys, i am trying to write a macro. The macro should repeat every 60 Seconds. But which repeat option should i use? Im am using Macro Express 3. Greetings from Germany
  4. Hi all, and thanks again for help me out in the past. I have search in the forum but couldn't find the answer... I'm trying to set a schedule that will stop any macro that is running in that moment and start another one. Beside the schedule time I cannot find the way to stop the macro (without me pressing the "Macro A abort" button and "macro B resume" button). Any help on this one? Ty
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