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Deactivate / Transfer Activations Between Computers

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AutoMacro: Subscription

Purchasing a subscription allows you to transfer AutoMacro activations between machines.

With a subscription, if you change computers, you can simple deactivate AutoMacro from your old computer and re-activate it on a new computer.

If you don't have access to your old computer, you can always "Deactivate All" and reset all of your activations, allowing you to install AutoMacro on 3 new machines (with the Developer Tier).

Annual Subscription

Transfer Activations Between Computers*

$20

*Subscription allows unlimited transfer of licenses between computers. You must still hold a valid AutoMacro license (Beginner, Professional, or Developer Tiers to use AutoMacro).

** You may cancel at any time.

FAQ and Other Information

What is AutoMacro?

AutoMacro is an add-in for the Visual Basic Editor. Click below to learn more!

Excel Automation Tool

Code Builders

  • Generate VBA code from scratch
  • Visual interfaces

Code Library

  • 200+ ready-to-use code examples
  • Save your own code

Coding Tools

  • Tools for Formatting and Navigating
  • Excel Model Debugger & More

Customer Reviews

Steve Rynearson:
Creator of AutoMacro

Over the years, I've spent countless hours searching online for example code and adapting that code to my needs.

I often found myself clicking the same links and copying the same code. I thought there has to be a better way!

AutoMacro eliminates much of this need to search online for code. Instead simply use the menus to select pre-built code or use the builders to generate code for your exact needs.

Additionally, the coding tools will save you time and help you develop more professional looking code.

For anyone coding VBA, AutoMacro is a life-saver. You'll code much faster, develop more professional code, and learn VBA much faster (if you're not already an expert).

steve
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