Jds11 Posted September 15, 2006 Report Share Posted September 15, 2006 I am a longtime Macro Express user. My primary use of macros is in a Library Management Software System called "Voayger". I'm wondering if anyone else has experienced something similar to what I am experiencing. Several months ago I developed a macro that permits me to print a Voyager screen of information with a smaller Print font than the default font. It worked fine and I have actually sent the macro to others who have been able to use it without incident. Today, suddenly, the macro no longer works. When I press the activation key (Ctrl-F12) the running icon shows up, but, as far as I can tell, the macro does not initiate any of the key strokes called for. I have tried a number of things without success including the following: Instead of using the macro from the file I usually have open, I opened another file that also contains the macro. When I run the macro from this file it works fine. So, then I thought, OK, I'll delete the macro as it currently exists in the file I regularly use and then re-import it from the file from which I was just able to use it. But, when I did this, and tried to run the newly imported Ctrl-F12 macro, it would not work. All the other macros that I've tried -- in my regular macro file -- have been working fine. I then wondered if I had too many macros in the file and that somehow this was having this wierd effect on this one macro. So I deleted a number of obsolete macros -- ones that I had deactivated, but had not yet removed. But deleting these had no effect. Does anyone out there have any suggestions as to how to deal with this issue. Thanks. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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