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Record macro in Excel

Record macro in Excel

Record macro in Excel

(OP)
It seems Excel 2007 does not record macros while working with shapes and lines. Am I missing something ? Is there a way around it?
Thanks!

RE: Record macro in Excel

No, you aren't missing anything.

The way round it is to have an earlier version installed as well (or instead of).

Doug Jenkins
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http://newtonexcelbach.wordpress.com/
 

RE: Record macro in Excel

(OP)
Thanks Doug. I am not going back to 2003 though, It performs funny with windows 7. The sheets in the workbook become transparent sometimes.

RE: Record macro in Excel

What is it you are trying to do?  Perhaps we can help, or atleast make fools of ourselves trying.

-JTBorton
Well, You can try banging your head against the wall, but you just end up with lost-time injuries and damaged equipment. [M. Passman]

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