Complete the following test so you can be sure you understand the material. Your answers are private, and test results are not scored.
The main reason to save a macro to your personal macro workbook is so that you:
Can hide your macro from prying eyes
Can easily edit it
Can reuse the macro anywhere, anytime
Can reuse the macro in any workbook on your computer
The Macro Recorder saves your steps as:
Binary code that's unreadable by most people
Lines of text that you can read and change
HTML tags that you can read and change
True or False: Once you've recorded a macro, you can't change it.
The option you set before recording a macro to ensure absolute cell references are not recorded in your macro is called:
Use Offset References
Use Absolute References
Use Relative References
Use Direct References