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I'm not sure that the Find Tables function can be used in a keystroke macro. I'll check to see if it's available in the full Find dialog -- if it is, clicking the "Find Next" button is certainly considered as a keystroke.
Just tried it here on MSO 2010 (which doesn't have the lollipops). No go. I doesn't advance to the next table.
Good thought, though; worth trying. Cheers.
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!
You have a folder opened in Windows Explorer at some given path.
You know you're going to have to navigate to that path in an app you have opened, say, to save a file into that folder. So you click on the address bar, highlight all the text, then hit Ctrl-C to copy the path to the clipboard. You know you're not going to need that folder anymore, so you close that instance of Explorer.
You then switch to the app you have opened, hit File, Save As, click on the address bar just before pasting the path you have saved to the clipboard, and with the Ctrl key pressed down with all text in the address bar highlighted, ready to be replaced, you accidentally hit both C and V at almost the same time. Only, Ctrl-C got registered first. So you've just overwritten the "good" path on the clipboard with a path you don't care about, and Ctrl-V confirms that's exactly what you just did.
So now you have to navigate back to that deeply nested path again to save the file to the correct folder. Assuming you know exactly what it was, because you had already closed Explorer...
Well...TBH this doesn't happen often enough to me to justify $35 USD for some software I'm gonna have to deploy to all the machines I use...especially since Richard below has pointed out that more recent versions of Win10 have a Win-V combination that just might do the trick...
Depending on your settings - and how much you trust Microsoft! - you might also be able to copy on one PC and paste on another.
and if you use a remote desktop, you might even share it between different users
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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