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Stability Of Macros In General


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Yes and no. First off any program that will interact with an application has the potential for problems but if you are using mouse moves and such you will have a lot of timing issues to weed out. After you fix the timing issues macros can be very reliable.


BTW if you are dealing with Excel or any office apps there’s a trick. Instead of moving around in the spreadsheet either export it to a delimited file and use the ACSII File Process command or copy large ranges into a variable via clipboard to process. When you copy tabular data is in a tab separated value format and is easily manipulated in ME. If you do this the macros are extremely reliable because it eliminates all the timing and interface issues.

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