Day: June 27, 2020

Copy your macros to a Personal Macro Workbook

To create the personal workbook, you first need to create a macro and store it in the Personal Macro Workbook. Before you get started, make sure that the Developer tab is available in the ribbon in Excel. See Show the Developer tab for more information.

Create and update the Personal Macro workbook

  1. On the Developer tab, in the Code group, click Record Macro.
    Record Macro


  2. In the Record Macro dialog box, type a meaningful name for the macro in the Macro name box. Make sure you don’t use any spaces in the name.


  3. In the Store macro in box, select Personal Macro Workbook.
    Record Macro dialog box


  4. Click OK.


  5. Perform the actions that you want to record.


  6. On the Developer tab, in the Code group, click Stop Recording.
    Stop Recording


  7. Close the workbook.

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Business – BBC News

Consumers will soon have a lot more choice when it comes to their mobile phone provider

The first stage in the opening up of one of the continent’s
largest telecoms markets is now complete as Ethiopia’s communications regulator
has revealed that it has received interest from 12 potential buyers of two
licences.

Up to now, state-owned Ethio Telecom has had a monopoly
on the phone and internet business in Ethiopia, which has a population of 109
million.

The introduction of competition could transform the market
and boost the number of mobile subscribers, which stood at 37 million in 2017
according to the World Bank.

In a statement, the Ethiopia Communications Authority (ECA) said
that of the 12 submissions, nine were from telecoms operators, two were from
non-telecoms companies and one was incomplete.

Among those interested are:

  • A joint South African-Kenyan-British bid from Vodafone,
    Vodacom, and Safaricom
  • South African company MTN
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