Running macros

You can run macros either from directly within CorelDRAW or Corel PHOTO-PAINT or from within the VB Editor.

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The CorelDRAW X3 Visual Basic for Applications Macros dialog box

The CorelDRAW X3 Visual Basic for Applications Macros dialog box

To run a macro from within CorelDRAW

1 Click Tools ► Visual Basic ► Play, or click the Play button ^ on the Visual Basic for Applications toolbar.

2 From the Macros in list box, choose the VBA project (GMS) file or CorelDRAW (CDR) file in which the recorded macro is stored.

3 Select the macro in the Macro name list.

4 Click Run.

To run a macro from within Corel PHOTO-PAINT

1 Click Tools ► Visual Basic ► Play, or click the Play button ^ on the Visual Basic Editor toolbar.

2 From the Macros in list box, choose the VBA project (GMS) file in which the recorded macro is stored.

3 Select the macro in the Macro name list.

4 Click Run.

To run a macro from within the VB Editor

• Click anywhere in the subroutine that forms the macro, and then click Run ► Run macro.

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