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  1. I am transcribing in MS Word and I was hoping I could create a macro to be able to press one hotkey instead of four. Unfortunately, the macro isn't understanding the Time Copy. It is simply pasting the same time over and over again. It doesn't use the elapsed time of the audio. Here is what I did: I added an hotkey for Copy Time in Express Scribe as Ctrl + 1 In Word, I recorded the following steps for a macro: 1. space 2. Ctrl + 1 3. Ctrl + V 4. Tab FYI, the hotkey I added in Express Scribe does work. If I just use Ctrl + 1 and Ctrl + V, the timestamp shows up
  2. I would very much like this macro as well. I actually don't know why it can't just be posted here. It's not a hack or anything like that. A macro is a legit function. Anyway, I tried recording a macro myself, and it just isn't working. It is simply pasting the same time. Here is what I did. I added an hotkey for copy time in Express Scribe as Ctrl + 1 In Word, I recorded the following steps for a macro: - space - Ctrl + 1 - Ctrl + V - Tab I get a timestamp, but it is always the same. It doesn't use the elapsed time. FYI, the hotkey I added in Express Scribe doe
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