with the slight modification of this macro.
So you see here we have selected range. See? Want to see five? And we copied it.
Now we don't want to go through this copy paste.
And then again, copy paste. We just want to copy
the values from, see? Want to see five back to see one C five. So
let's now select the range C one to see five.
going to do paste values over it,
and we're just going to continue
and actually finish some.
we're just going to do this.
this is very simple. We're selecting the range, were copying it and over the same range.
You should be C one.
just based in values.
So we're going to close this one,
and, uh, here we have
create the function here again,
copied here so that we have functions,
and then I'm just going to press control shift in.
And now we have Well, ya's instead of formulas.
this is a very simple way
to play with your Mac. Rose that you have recorded. And if you're a beginner in making Mac Rose, I suggest that you do
for the recording off things you want to do, it least to start with
and to use these things to create your own mackerels, for example, the syntax off the command
to say, the least complicated for somebody who is new in writing macros, and you should
be able to remember or all these things
you can just use these things.
put them in whatever you want to do without actually having to remember all off these parameters that they needed
simple action or simple command in macro that Willa paste well, use only
the whole thing about recording Mac Rose and playing with them.
that is, that has Ah, this is a macro that that is defined as a subroutine.
And you, if you see these
open parenthesis, is and close parentheses here, if we need it, we could
have been able to put their some
given to the 17 as the parameters to start working with.
But we're going to talk about that a little bit later. Maur.
So so far, this is the example off subroutine macro.