Once you have created the macro, you must publish it to MCS. Once you have published the macro, you can add it to a keystroke action, and map that action to a key on a keyboard map. Once you assign the keyboard map to a configuration, users can then run the macro by pressing the appropriate key. Once you've created a macro, you must publish it to MCS to make it available to users. Once a macro has been published, you can view or delete it in the Macro properties for a configuration, but you cannot change it. To change a macro, publish a modified version.
|Express Terminal Viewers, Overview|
|Viewer API, Overview|
|Publishing Express Terminal Macros to MCS|
|Creating an Express Terminal Keystroke Action|
|Creating an Express Terminal Keyboard Map|
|Assigning a Keyboard Map to a Configuration|