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Application.MacroOptions Method (Excel)

Office 2010

Corresponds to options in the Macro Options dialog box. You can also use this method to display a user defined function (UDF) in a built-in or new category within the Insert Function dialog box.

.MacroOptions(Macro, Description, HasMenu, MenuText, HasShortcutKey, ShortcutKey, Category, StatusBar, HelpContextID, HelpFile, ArgumentDescriptions)

A variable that represents an Application object.

Parameters

Name

Required/Optional

Data Type

Description

Macro

선택

Variant

The macro name or the name of a user defined function (UDF).

Description

선택

Variant

The macro description.

HasMenu

선택

Variant

This argument is ignored.

MenuText

선택

Variant

This argument is ignored.

HasShortcutKey

선택

Variant

True to assign a shortcut key to the macro (ShortcutKey must also be specified). If this argument is False, no shortcut key is assigned to the macro. If the macro already has a shortcut key, setting this argument to False removes the shortcut key. The default value is False.

ShortcutKey

선택

Variant

Required if HasShortcutKey is True; ignored otherwise. The shortcut key.

Category

선택

Variant

An integer that specifies an existing macro function category (Financial, Date & Time, or User Defined, for example). See the Remarks section to determine the integers that are mapped to the built-in categories. You can also specify a string for a custom category. If you provide a string it will be treated as the category name that is displayed in the Insert Function dialog box. If the category name has never been used, a new category is defined with that name. If you use a category name that is the same as a built-in name (see list in Remarks section), Microsoft Excel will map the user defined function to that built-in category.

StatusBar

선택

Variant

The status bar text for the macro.

HelpContextID

선택

Variant

An integer that specifies the context ID for the Help topic assigned to the macro.

HelpFile

선택

Variant

The name of the Help file that contains the Help topic defined by HelpContextId.

ArgumentDescriptions

선택

Array

A one-dimensional array that contains the descriptions for the arguments to a UDF that are displayed in the Function Arguments dialog box.

The following table lists which integers are mapped to the built-in categories that can be used in the Category parameter.

Integer

Category

1

Financial

2

Date & Time

3

Math & Trig

4

Statistical

5

Lookup & Reference

6

Database

7

Text

8

Logical

9

Information

10

Commands

11

Customizing

12

Macro Control

13

DDE/External

14

User Defined

15

First custom category

16

Second custom category

17

Third custom category

18

Fourth custom category

19

Fifth custom category

20

Sixth custom category

21

Seventh custom category

22

Eighth custom category

23

Ninth custom category

24

Tenth custom category

25

Eleventh custom category

26

Twelfth custom category

27

Thirteenth custom category

28

Fourteenth custom category

29

Fifteenth custom category

30

Sixteenth custom category

31

Seventeenth custom category

32

Eighteenth custom category

This example adds a user-defined macro called "TestMacro" to a custom category named "My Custom Category". After you run this example, you should see "My Custom Category" which contains the "TestMacro" user-defined function in the Or select a category drop-down list in the Insert Function dialog box.

Function TestMacro() 
    MsgBox ActiveWorkbook.Name 
End Function 
 
Sub AddUDFToCustomCategory() 
    Application.MacroOptions Macro:="TestMacro", Category:="My Custom Category" 
End Sub
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