How to create a macro for a password?

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I want to create a macro for a password. Can I do this in ms word or do I need any special software?

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How to create a macro for a password?


You can do it with the freeware MacroMaker. The only disadvantage is that the program has to be running in the background for the macro to work. If you don't mind this, proceed as follows:

Download MacroMaker here.
The download link is on the left.

Install the program. It automatically puts a shortcut in your Startup folder. At startup the program's icon is in the system tray.

Open the web page you want to enter the password into.

Start MacroMaker either from Start => Programs or by clicking the icon in the system tray.
On the left, in the Macros section, click the 'Add' button.
Type in a name for the macro, e.g. Password.

Put you mouse cursor in the box below the Hotkey box, and using your keyboard, type in the shortcut key(s) you want to use, e.g. Ctrl + Z. They should show in the box.
On the right, in the 'Macro command types' box, select 'keyboard'.

In the 'Macro commands' box, select 'SEND KEYS' and click the left arrow (to the left).
In the window that opens, type in your password, and click OK.

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