Friday, September 14, 2007


A macro is an electronic shortcut which instructs the computer to execute a series of memorized commands. With so much of a transcriptionist's work involving repetitive keystrokes, a macro can save valuable time that might otherwise be spent keyboarding the same strokes time after time, hour after hour, day after day.

Transcriptionists depend on macros for increased accuracy and productivity. A macro can also be designed to be interactive, so that information can be entered into various data fields as the macro expands.

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