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Have you read this document?


On Thursday 18 Jul 2013 18:32:01 Don Parris wrote:
On Thu, Jul 18, 2013 at 4:27 PM, Tom Davies <> wrote:
Hi :)
If you are looking for a good guide about Macros then Andrew Pitonyak's
guide is supposedly the best
Resources#Programmers Apparently it is well worth the money but you might
want to have a quick look at the official guides for free first.  Andrew
wrote most of the chapters about Macros in those too as a first step into
understanding Macros

So, start with Chapter 9 of the Getting Started Guide


I'm not entirely sure any of this helps you but hopefully others will
appear later to let you know if you really do need macros.  Obviously
Python is a more useful language once you have gotten to grips with it but
Basic might be easier to learn
Regards from
Tom :)

Thanks Tom, yes I have been reading over the official guides, but haven't

really found anything pertaining to my question so far, hence my asking

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