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attachmate 7

attachmate 7

attachmate 7

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Just a quick question .Our office laptops are just about to be changed and come shipped with attachmate 7.At present we use 6-5 and have anumber of vb scripts .It has been noticed in trials of attachmate 7 that these fail to run.Is this a known problem or just a bug.If it is known is there an easy solution or a re-write in vb for the new version.

RE: attachmate 7

Usually you have to open an old macro in attachmate 7 macro editor and save it which usually automatically converts the old macro to the new format. Usually takes care of the problem. And attachmate has been known to change the path to the macros so check the folder path on your tool bar buttons (if your using toolbars).  We upgraded to attachmate 9 and found attachmate deleted some of the macro commands because they thought they were not needed.

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