UAMike Posted August 5, 2015 Report Share Posted August 5, 2015 I am needing to create macros to mimic some complex decision trees that I use at work. The way that I have it set up right now is that the macro prompts the user to answer yes/no questions, enter values, pick from a multiple choice list... then the macro will spit out an answer. I find this process rather tedious to answer about 10 popup questions to reach my answer. Not only that, but I often make errors or change my mind about how to answer certain questions and have to start over from the beginning. My question to you is... is there a better/more intuitive way to approach this? I wish I could at least run backwards through the macro so that I could correct input errors instead of starting over from the beginning, but I cannot wrap my head around how to tackle that problem. I've briefly looked into creating a form that would ask all the questions in one place, but I believe that would require me to write and run an external script, which is currently outside of my capabilities. TIA Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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