Keymacro is a freeware program for easy registry modifications to help you create shortcuts for various actions on your computer.
Keymacro allows you to make use of keyboard shortcuts without having to deal with the Windows operating system and switch context menus. This way, you can easily use an additional keyboard to save time or change preferences on the fly, as well as manually perform mouse gestures.
Keymacro is based on a very simple concept, i.e. shortcuts are stored in the Windows registry, and on the basis of your defined custom-made actions, you can also add several new shortcuts for common actions. When you type a letter, the program automatically goes through your shortcuts for finding the one that is closest to it. Plus, you can easily change the order of the shortcuts, add a trigger for a specific time or interval, and enable/disable the shortcut.
Keymacro is suitable for both Windows 7 and Windows XP OS, and it offers a comprehensive user-friendly interface with a simplified interface. When you open the program, a notification window is displayed with a number of buttons (e.g. Add/Modify) that lets you control the tool.
This free program can be used to create shortcuts for almost any action on your computer, and it is highly effective for keyboard users. Plus, the program comes with a comprehensive range of options that you can customize to your liking. For instance, you can alter the target area of the shortcut, change the delay between the keyboard input and the actual action, and enable/disable the new shortcut.
・Easy-to-use and comprehensive user interface
・Convenient for keyboard users
・Automatically searches through your keyboard shortcuts
・Offers custom-made actions for common mouse gestures
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Macros are a very useful tool to automate various repetitive tasks, be it in creating drawings or in editing them. Macros can save you a great deal of time and let you complete your work in a shorter time. However, often you might face problems while creating or editing macros because of some system’s restrictions. In that case, you might end up asking for professional help.
Creating macros for Windows and macOS is easy with the help of a text editor and a set of Windows API calls. In this tutorial, we will guide you through this process of how to create macros in Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10, and macOS 10.11 using TextPad, WordPad, or Sublime Text.
Step 1. Setting up the editor
Let’s start by setting up your text editor. The most commonly used one is TextPad or WordPad.
Microsoft Word has a native feature to work with macros, but it is usually not as effective as the Windows API (application programming interface). Also, it cannot be used in macOS. For Mac users, there is a good alternative for Microsoft Word that works with the Windows API, called Sublime Text.
TextPad is not a text editor and can only be used to create macros. So we will be using WordPad or Sublime Text.
There are three ways to use the Windows API: using C++, Jscript, and VBScript. In this tutorial, we will be working with VBScript, as it is easier and faster to use. For creating macros in Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10, and macOS 10.11, use WordPad or Sublime Text.
Step 2. Create a Macro
We will be using a simple example to explain this process. For instance, if you are copying the same line and copying the same paragraph over and over again, you can save a lot of time by creating a macro.
So create a macro and name it as you wish.
In the next step, you will need to find where the Macro file is created. In some instances, it might be saved under Options (see figure).
Step 3. Create a Subroutine
There are two ways to create a subroutine in the Macro.
The first method is to create a Subroutine and store the line number in a Variable. This is shown in the following figure.
The second method is to create a Subroutine and store the line number and paragraph number in Variables