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I think Cory is right. Macro Express doesn't "know" which .mex file to load. Perhaps you renamed the .mex file on your old computer, or you created an entirely new .mex file.


In both cases, you'll need to find the .mex file on your new computer, and then open it. Macro Express loads the most recently-opened .mex file by default.


If you don't know or don't remember the name of your .mex file, open the Macro Express Explorer on your old computer. The name of the .mex file displays near the top-left corner:



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