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    assigning keystroke shortcuts to macros

    is there no way wer i can assign a number as a keystroke shortcut for a macro??
    eg Ctrl+1 or Ctrl+2 like this??

    because my macros add the values 1to7 to a particular cell, it ll only be easy if i assign a number as shortcut. so please help

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    Re: assigning keystroke shortcuts to macros

    How about:

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    Re: assigning keystroke shortcuts to macros

    You could use the .OnKey method

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    This example would use Ctrl-2
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    Re: assigning keystroke shortcuts to macros

    it worked but one problem, its not working for the number pad keys.. y is that??

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    Re: assigning keystroke shortcuts to macros

    I believe that the number pad keys 0-9 are represented by the. "codes" 96-105.
    So,
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    Would respond to 4 on the keypad.

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