Displays the name of the selected macro. To create or to change the name of a macro, enter a name here.
Lists the libraries and the modules where you can open or save your macros. To save a macro with a particular document, open the document, and then open this dialog.
Runs or saves the current macro.
Opens the Customize dialog, where you can assign the selected macro to a menu command, a toolbar, or an event.
Starts the LibreOffice Basic editor and opens the selected macro for editing.
Creates a new macro, or deletes the selected macro.
To create a new macro, select the "Standard" module in the \<emph\>Macro from\</emph\> list, and then click \<emph\>New\</emph\>. You can also create a new module, select it in the \<emph\>Macro from \</emph\>list, and then click \<emph\>New\</emph\>.
To delete a macro, select it, and then click \<emph\>Delete\</emph\>.
Opens the Macro Organizer dialog, where you can add, edit, or delete existing macro modules, dialogs, and libraries.
Lists the existing macros and dialogs.
You can drag-and-drop some macros between the application and any open documents.
To copy a dialog or a module, hold down the CommandCtrl key while you drag-and-drop.
Opens the selected macro or dialog for editing.
Creates a new module.
Creates a new dialog.
Lets you manage the macro libraries.
Select the location containing the macro libraries that you want to organize.
Lists the macro libraries in the chosen location.
Opens the LibreOffice Basic editor so that you can modify the selected library.
Assigns or edits the password for the selected library. "Standard" libraries cannot have a password.
Creates a new library.
Enter a name for the new module, dialog, or library.
Locate that LibreOffice Basic library that you want to add to the current list, and then click Open.