Automating Keystroke Tasks with Macros
Visual Studio .NET 2003
If you find yourself repeating the same keystrokes, or if you want to automate some keystroke tasks for your users, you can record and save these keystrokes in macros by using the Macros dialog box.
Note To use macros, any keyboard you use must have function keys F1 to F9, and a CTRL key or an ALT key.
In This Section
- Clearing Macro Definitions
- Provides instructions on how to use the Macros dialog box to clear macro key definitions.
- Creating, Saving, and Restoring Macro Sets
- Describes how you can create macro sets through the Macros dialog box.
- Editing Macros
- Explains how the Macros dialog box makes it possible to edit existing macros.
- Recording Macros
- Describes the steps to record keystroke macros in Visual FoxPro.
- Setting a Default Macro Set
- Explains how you can create and set your own default macro set in Visual FoxPro.
- Visual FoxPro Environment Settings
- Describes different ways to change Visual FoxPro environment settings such as using the Options dialog box, setting configuration options at program startup, using command-line options. You can configure Visual FoxPro toolbars, dock windows, set editor options, and customize the appearance of your applications without altering code.
- Productivity Tools
- Discusses the different tools available to help make creating Visual FoxPro applications easier and faster.