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Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Tutorial
1.Introduction
2.Editing
3.Format Style
4.Table
5.Chart
6.Formula
7.Workbook Worksheet
8.Wordart Clip Art Shape Picture
9.PivotTable PivotChart
10.Data Analysis
11.Macro ActiveX Add in
12.Security
13.Collaboration
14.Database functions
15.Date Time functions
16.Engineering functions
17.Information functions
18.Logical functions
19.Lookup Reference functions
20.Math Trigonometry functions
21.Statistical functions
22.Text functions
Microsoft Office Excel 2007 Tutorial » Macro ActiveX Add in » Macro 




Click the Office button, and then click Save As.
Click the Office button, and then click Save As.
Type a workbook file name.
           Click the Save as type list arrow, and then select:
           Excel Macro-Enabled Workbook. A workbook (.xlsmthat contains VBA code.
           or Excel Macro-Enabled Template. A template (.xltmthat includes preapproved macros.
Excel Macro-Enabled Template. A template (.xltm) that includes preapproved macros.
Click Save.
Click Save.














11.1.Macro
11.1.1.Create a MacroCreate a Macro
11.1.2.Assign a Macro to a ToolbarAssign a Macro to a Toolbar
11.1.3.Run a MacroRun a Macro
11.1.4.Delete a MacroDelete a Macro
11.1.5.Debug a Macro Using Step ModeDebug a Macro Using Step Mode
11.1.6.Edit a MacroEdit a Macro
11.1.7.Record a MacroRecord a Macro
11.1.8.Save a Workbook with MacrosSave a Workbook with Macros
11.1.9.Open a Workbook with MacrosOpen a Workbook with Macros
11.1.10.Sign a Macro ProjectSign a Macro Project
11.1.11.Create a self-signing certificate for a macro projectCreate a self-signing certificate for a macro project
11.1.12.Change Macro Security SettingsChange Macro Security Settings
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