How to Open Excel Macro Dialog Using Shortcut

Macro Dialog Box is used to run, edit, assign shortcuts or delete a macro in open workbooks. 

To open a Macro dialog in Excel we can use the shortcut CTRL+F8.

This will immediately open the Macro Dialog Box. Manually you can go to the ribbon view tab of ribbon. In the right most corner of the ribbon you will see the Macro option. Click on it to open the Macro Dialog.

So yeah guys, this is how you can open the Macro dialog box using shortcut in Excel. I hope this helped you. If you have any questions regarding any excel/VBA topic, let me know in the comments section below. Till then keep learning and Keep Excelling.

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