With this addition, it will be a breeze to edit function or variable names within multiple functions or do some more advanced editing. When searching and replacing under Whole Macro scope, search results will display number of hits within the whole macro, and as you find the next or previous hits, it will go through any other functions that have the search hits. A replace all command will replace all hits in the whole macro.
Along with this feature, the function signatures for user defined functions are now visible in the editor above the statements for the current function, and you can now also search in function signatures or make replacements in them.
This option allows faster editing of macros by automatically opening the Expression Editor whenever you insert a statement that contains an expression. This way you will be directly editing inserted statements without having to click on the expressions. Typically Break and Continue statements don't require further editing, so if you don't want this for Break and Continue statements, check the second option.
These new options are available to Dev License users.
As part of this update, two new macros are added to Macroland: Add Footnote and Remove Footnote. With these macros, you can easily add footnotes to your OneNote pages, complete with links to go from content to the footnote and back, and quickly remove them when you don't need them anymore. See below video for a demonstration: