Note: The first character of the macro name must be a letter. The other characters can be letters, numbers, or an underscore. Spaces are not allowed in a macro name; instead, use an underscore to separate words.
Note: The shortcut key letter cannot be a number or special character. The shortcut key will override any default Microsoft Excel shortcut keys while the workbook that contains the macro is open.
Note: If you want a macro to be available whenever you use Microsoft Excel, store the macro in the Personal Macro Workbook in the XLStart folder.
Microsoft Excel will continue to record macros with relative references until you quit Microsoft Excel or click Relative Reference again.
Note: If you want a macro to select a specific cell, perform an action, and then select another cell relative to the active cell, you can mix relative and absolute references when you record the macro. When you want to record relative references, select Relative Reference. When you want to record absolute references, de-select Relative Reference.
The macro is stored in the location you chose.
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