The first line holds the list of the macros to be created and the second line includes the list of the associated hotkeys.
Macro:
Key macros are used to modify the cursor location.
hotkey:
is the keyboard shortcut that triggers the macro.
The first line of the macro definition is the short text that will be shown when a hotkey is assigned to a macro.
You can also define several macros, using any characters within the macro name.
Press this hotkey to execute the macro:
This line of the definition tells you the hotkey that triggers the macro when it is pressed.
The line below it holds the short text that will be displayed whenever this hotkey is pressed.
Note:
Creating macros using keyboard shortcuts is optional.
If you do not wish to assign hotkeys to your macros, simply remove the hotkey line from the macro definition, leaving the short text as the only content of the macro definition.
The example below shows how you can define the Hotkey function:
//CALLS THE Hotkey function.
This macro holds a small text, and is executed whenever the hotkey Hotkey-1 is pressed.
This macro can be executed by pressing Hotkey-1.
Hotkey macro:
Example of the Hotkey macro:
This macro holds a large text, and is executed whenever the hotkey Hotkey-1 is pressed.
This macro can be executed by pressing Hotkey-1.
Hotkey macro:
Example of the Hotkey macro:
This macro holds an image, and is executed whenever the hotkey Hotkey-2 is pressed.
This macro can be executed by pressing Hotkey-2.
Hotkey macro:
Example of the Hotkey macro:
This macro holds a hyperlink, and is executed whenever the hotkey Hotkey-3 is pressed.
This macro can be executed by pressing Hotkey-3.
Hotkey macro:
Example of the Hotkey macro:
This macro holds a button, and is executed whenever the hotkey Hotkey-4 is pressed.
This macro can be executed by pressing Hotkey-4.
Hotkey macro:
Example of the Hotkey macro:
This macro holds a textarea, and is executed whenever the hotkey Hotkey-5 is pressed.
This macro can be executed by pressing Hotkey-5.
Hotkey macro:
Example of the Hotkey macro:
This macro holds a text 70238732e0

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