On 2013/08/03 07:17 PM, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
Possibly something simple - go to Tools | Options | Advanced and see if
"enable macro recording" is checked
2013/8/3 MissKeating <MissKeating@comcast.net>:
Using LO-writer Version 22.214.171.124 (Build ID: e29a214), the unhelpful "help"
says that in order to record a macro, one should: Choose *Tools - Macros -
Under *Tools - Macros -- *there are just 3 live options: *Run Macro --
Organize Macros -- Organize Dialogs. *A fourth, "Digital Signature", is
There is no *Record *facility, either at the expected menu level, or under
It is hard to see the relevance, but for completeness:this is all happening
on an Acer laptop running Curtains 7; 2 GHz P6100; 3 mB L3 cache; 4 gB.
If one ever managed to generate a macro, then there would be this problem:
"*To save the macro, first select the object where you want the macro to be
saved in the Save macro in list box.*" What is an "object" in this context?
Is it what we would know as a subdirectory, or is there yet another new
level of understanding to be mastered here?
They probably hide it because the macro recorder is crap anyway. Just
don't use it. Write your code manually instead. There is a slightly
better macro recorder available somewhere, though.
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