koden Posted September 20, 2006 Report Share Posted September 20, 2006 I have a macro that sometimes stops. Normally because a window does not appear or something else. proberly a problem in windows or one of the programs that the macro works with. But how do I get the macro to always to restart, when one of this "stops" happens? I know that I can use IF all the places where it needs. But thats a lot of IF commands. Is there a better way to tell the macro ALWAYS to restart itself, when this "window did not appear" errors comes?? Some kind of an IF command that always will be true, when thís error screens comes up, no mather where in the macro. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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