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Aug 25, 2009 at 04:59 PM

How to transport single macro, NOT the entire macro book

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Hi Gurus,

I wanted to transport single macro, NOT a macro book. Because in my client, in a macro book, many people are working on different macros. I only want to transport the macro I created without impacting other people's work. We constantly have problems when someone transports the entire planning book, but others haven't finished their macro work.

Somehow, I can remember I did this once. I captured the entire macro book in a transport. And in the transport request, I can see all macros are listed by their GUID. And in a table I can match their GUID with the macros description. So, I deleted those GUIDs which were not my macro from the transport request. And finally managed to move the transport with only my macros.

But I don't remember how I did it, and which table I was using. Got to start documenting.

Has someone done this before?

Thank you,

Hai