Last updated on: April 17, 2021
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Editing Macro Statements
Inserting, Removing and Moving Macro Statements
Macro Editor has a set of statement buttons and a large pane that contains the contents of the current macro. You can use the statement buttons (Alt+1 to Alt+9) to insert new statements to the macro and use Delete key to remove them from the macro. You can also use the up/down buttons on the right to move the statements up and down as well as in an out of parent statements. The statements can be collapsed/expanded using the little arrows to the left of them.
Editing Individual Statements
Each statement has one or more editable parts. To edit them click on those parts or use the keyboard shortcuts explained below. Below image shows the editable parts of the statement in red rectangles.
Most statements contain a single expression which can be edited by pressing the Enter key. For statement consists of 3 expressions, each of which can be edited by Enter, Ctrl+Enter and Ctrl+Alt+Enter keys respectively. ForEach statement consists of a loop variable and a array expression. The loop variable can be edited by the Enter key while the array expression can be edited by Ctrl+Enter key. There are some other keyboard shortcuts for various operations: