Typically the activation of a macro is assigned when the macro is first created. However, this screen may be used to change the macro activation or assign more than one activation method to a macro. Activations and details about the activations are listed in this tab.




Script Editor > Activations Tab




To view the Properties, highlight an activation listed and click on the Properties button. This opens an edit field where changes may be made to the activation selected. For example if the activation is a hot key of Ctrl+Shift+R, assign the activation to another combination.




Click on the Add button to open the Add Activation window, as shown below. Use this window to add a second or third activation type to your macro.







Highlight a macro activation and click on the Remove button to remove this activation from the macro.