kunkel321 Posted May 28, 2008 Report Share Posted May 28, 2008 Maybe this is already possible? I've had several times when I put a <Ctrl Down> in my code and forget to follow it up with a <Ctrl Up>. I'm careful not to do this, but it still happens occasionally. When it does happen it's inevitably during some high pressure moment at work. I'll run the macro, then a few moments later try to use my keyboard and it'll start doing some crazy junk like opening dialogs or deleting things. The question then becomes, "how much damage will I do to my documents before I realize what I've done?" The answer is often, "Quite a bit!" Please consider "Steve-Proofing" Macro Express. I propose that, durring a Save operation, the ME Editor ALWAYS scan a macro's code for any Ctrl, NumLock, Alt, or Shift -down commands that are left unresolved. When you try to save the macro, perhaps it could through up a warning dialog: WARNING You have left the %% Key in a down position! [Continue with save] [Cancel] [Go to Last<%% Down> Command] Thanks for considering this -steve Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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