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MACSMacintosh System (creator code on system files)
MACSMake A Child Smile (Sunrise, FL; charity organization)
MACSMinimal Access Cranial Suspension (facelift)
MACSMaster of Arts in Communication Studies (various schools)
MACSMacros
MACSMicrosoft Audit Collection Services
MACSMalaysian Association of Company Secretaries (est. 1989)
MACSMobile Air Conditioning Society
MACSMagnetic-Activated Cell Separation
MACSMathematics and Computer Science
MACSMathematical and Computer Sciences
MACSMarine Air Control Squadron
MACSModular Artillery Charge System (US Army)
MACSMaryland Association of Community Services
MACSMulti Agency Coordination System
MACSMinnesota Association of Charter Schools
MACSMobile Approach Control System
MACSMaster of Arts in Christian Studies
MACSMagnetic Active Compensation System
MACSMultipurpose Arcade Combat Simulator
MACSModem Access Control System
MACSMicrosoft Audit Collection System
MACSMassive Cluster Survey
MACSMoney Advice and Community Support Service (Brighton, East Sussex, UK)
MACSManufacturing Application Control System
MACSMaximum Adjacent Cut Specification (locksmithing)
MACSSenior Chief Master-at-Arms (US Navy)
MACSMichigan Association of Convenience Stores
MACSMember of Australian Computer Society
MACSMedium Access Control Sublayer
MACSMutually Agreeable Commercial Software
MACSMultiple Access Communications System
MACSMail Order and Catalog System
MACSMac Asheville Computer Society
MACSMapping Application Client/Server
MACSMansfield Adult CoEd Soccer (Texas)
MACSMid-America Cable Show
MACSMid-Atlantic Cooperative Services LLC (electric power company)
MACSManitoba Academy of Chinese Studies
MACSMultilink Access Control Systems (UK)
MACSMajor Apparatus and Cable System
MACSManipulation and Beam Collimation System
MACSModified Atomic Charge Superposition
MACSMiddle Atmosphere in the Climate System
MACSManned Air Combat Simulator
MACSMobile Ash Conditioning System
MACSModular Digital Altitude Control System
MACSMultiline Automatic Calling System
MACSMobile Armored Crew Station
MACSMaster Alert Control Station
MACSSenior Chief Machine Accountant (US Navy rating)
MACSMedicare Automated Claims System
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WHAT ARE MACROS? MACROS is basically short for macronutrients, an umbrella term for the three key food groups we all require to live and keep everything in healthy, working order: carbohydrates, fats and proteins.
The great thing about macro counting is if you're clever about it, you can factor in a piece of cake or slice of pizza a few times a week, however, and not go over your allowance.
Macros fall into three key food groups - carbs, fats and protein Counting macronutrients - aka macros - is being billed as a simple way to lose weight healthily using a mathematical formula to work out your unique nutritional requirements
additional content is displayed after enabling the macros.
Sanitizing files, whether through file type conversion or other methods, will strip out any potentially dangerous macros while leaving behind the safe file content.
You also can record a macro in your personal macro workbook that will allow you to quickly add a date and time stamp.
The successful operating demonstration of the 32Mb MRAM indicates that MRAM macros using high speed MRAM cells are, in fact, able to enlarge their capacity.
With further investigation, Lockey found Macro Express from Insight Software Solutions, Kaysville, UT, might be the solution he and the company needed.
The solution is based on two Excel tools: Forms Toolbar Buttons and Macro. We will show you how to install and format those functions on a contents page that contains buttons designed to speed you to your data destinations.
Carpenter's complete guide to the SAS macro language, 2d ed.
Automation utilities and productivity software company MJT Net Ltd has launched Macro Scheduler 7.1 for Windows.
Real people need macros. A macro lets one hot-key be a substitute for a whole series of keystrokes and mouse movements.