The Macro Delete command deletes a macro during playback of an existing macro. A typical use for this function would be to create reminder messages. For example, when creating a one time reminder message - to run an errand, make a call at a specific time, etc. - place the Macro Delete command as the last line of the script. After the message appears on screen during scheduled playback, the macro is deleted - saving the trouble of remembering to delete it later.
Script Editor > Expand Macro Control Category > Macro Delete
Macro File Name
Since Macro Express allows more than a single macro file to be open at one time, click on the Browse button and locate the file that contains the macro to delete. Or manually type in the file and path.
Click on the Browse button to select the macro to delete. Macro nicknames are displayed for all macro files that are currently open. If the macro file that includes the macro to be deleted is not currently open, then type the macro name in the edit box.
Skip Recycle Bin
Select this option to have the deleted macro bypass the Macro Express Recycle Bin.