1801Re: Macro help
- May 11, 2005Update: I copied the part of the macro we are working on into
another copy and it works to a point. The dialog box comes up
to "choose email address", but, once I make a selection the
macro hangs up or stops. It actually puts the email address into
the header, however, it does not continue w/ the rest of the
letterhead? Any thoughts? Thanks, rich
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "rjtc5" <rjtc@o...>
> John: again thank you.ended
> I made the changes you referenced (ie. SFCC to SFC and
> that section of the macro w/ Label (continue)), and running thethe
> macro w/ a document open. Unfortunateley, I am still getting
> "Macro Terminated: This command not valid here". I'm not"SFCC"
> entirely sure what to look for so it may be something simple.
> Apologies for the hand holding. rich
> --- In email@example.com, "John Rethorst"
> <jrethorst@y...> wrote:
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, RjC <rjtc@o...>
> > > I entered the macro lines you provided as instructed,
> > > however, when I Run the macro I get an error message
> > > "Macro Terminated:command not valid here". Any
> > > thoughts?
> > When I run it, I don't get the Not Valid error (if you have
> > a window open when run, do you get that error before
> > the menu appears, or after you've made a choice from it?),
> > but I get a Label Not Found error when I choose the second
> > menu item. This is because in the Case line you have
> > and the second Label is "SFC", while they must matchexactly.
> > Also note that this part of the code must conclude with a
> > Label (continue)
> > I've put the corrected macro in a file in the Temporary_Items
> > folder at the top of the Files section here. Let us know how
> > that runs.
> > John
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