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The macro pastes rich text and the text cursor advances to the next line.
This seems to occur in some applications and not others. After the Text Type command that pastes the text, add a second Text Type command. Make sure that it is set to type the keystrokes rather than play back through the clipboard. Insert a Backspace key in the Text Type command. This will backspace to the previous line.
The macro would look similar to what is shown below:
Text Type (Paste Rich Text): µ
Text Type (Simulate Keystrokes): <BACKSPACE>
– Applies to: Macro Express 5 and Macro Express Pro