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Peter Macej - lead developer of VSdocman - talks about Visual Studio tips and automation

I've just played with one macro and wanted to debug it. I placed a breakpoint and ran the macro. Macro worked fine but it didn't stop on breakpoint. It took me some time to realize that you must explicitly enable debugging in Macros IDE:

  • In macros IDE, go to menu Debug and select Enable Debugging.

You can then debug your macro as any other code.


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