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Macros Development Environment

Visual Studio .NET includes the Macros integrated development environment (IDE), which is used solely for creating, manipulating, editing, and running macros. The Macros IDE is separate from the Visual Studio .NET IDE.

In This Section

Overview of the Macros IDE
Provides an introduction to the windows and behavior of the Macros IDE.
Export File Dialog Box
Describes the Export File dialog box, in which you save a macro file to a specified location.
Find in Projects Dialog Box
Describes the Find in Projects dialog box, in which you search for specific words or expressions in your macro files.
Replace in Projects Dialog Box
Describes the Replace in Projects dialog box, in which you replace specific words or expressions in your macro files.
MyMacros Property Pages Dialog Box
Describes the MyMacros Property Pages dialog box, in which you specify global settings for your project.
Property Pages Dialog Box
Describes the Property Pages dialog box, in which you customize your project.

Related Sections

Macro Explorer Window
Lists and explains the components of the Macro Explorer window.
Automating Repetitive Actions by Using Macros
Provides an overview of how to use macros to automate procedures or repeated sequences of keystrokes.
Macros Object
Provides details of the Macros object, which represents the Visual Studio .NET macro recorder.
Visual Studio Macros Error Messages
Lists all error messages associated with Visual Studio Macros.
Controlling Macros From Add-Ins
Describes how to use the Visual Studio .NET automation model's Macros object to control macros being recorded in the IDE, including pausing and reactivating the recorder, writing code to the macro being recorded, and determining whether the recorder is currently operating.
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