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You can delete a macro by selecting the macro and clicking the Delete button, from the Macros tab in the Drawing Tool.
- Click the Macros tab.
- Select the macro you want to delete. (Example: Test)
- Click the Delete button.
This deletes the macro from your tenant.
Keep in mind, once you delete a macro, there is no going back!
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