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Macros

  • Bill Sempf
  • Donald Xie
  • James Greenwood
  • Rob Harrop
  • Colt Kwong
  • Jan Machacek
  • Brian Bischof
  • Jon Reid
  • Kunal Cheda

Abstract

Developers usually create macros to help them simplify and automate repeated development tasks; tasks that involve executing a number of Visual Studio commands or changing the source code or visual elements in the designer. These tasks can be automated using macros. Visual Studio .NET allows you to create macros that will work in a similar way to Microsoft Office macros. As with Microsoft Office macros, the only programming language you can use is Visual Basic .NET.

Keywords

Visual Studio Event Handler Active Window Command Button Private Member 
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Copyright information

© Bill Sempf, Donald Xie, James Greenwood, Rob Harrop, Colt Kwong, Jan Machacek, Brian Bischof, Jon Reid, and Kunal Cheda 2004

Authors and Affiliations

  • Bill Sempf
  • Donald Xie
  • James Greenwood
  • Rob Harrop
  • Colt Kwong
  • Jan Machacek
  • Brian Bischof
  • Jon Reid
  • Kunal Cheda

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