In this dialog box, you can insert a wait command which pauses the macro until the specified host conditions are met, move the cursor to a new position on the host or pause the macro and display a text prompt.
To insert special macro functions
The following steps describe how to insert special macro functions as you record a macro.
From the Macro Recorder panel, press thebutton.
Select the function you'd like to insert.
Wait functions cause the macro to wait until specified host conditions are met before resuming (specific text appears, host is ready, a specified number of seconds has elapsed, the cursor is positioned at a specified row and column, the cursor moves up, down, left, or right a specified amount). Wait functions are useful in macros that require the host to do time-consuming processing.
Moving the cursor position moves the cursor to a new position on the host screen.
This function repositions the cursor only when the macro is running. As you record, you must move the cursor manually.
Entering text pauses the macro and displays a text prompt. When responded to, the macro resumes.
Finish recording your macro.