The content defines what macro does when it is executed. There are three types of macros the Macro Toolworks allows you to create:
The content of this type of macro is rich text (unicode, rich text with formatting, images, and links). When macro is executed it inserts the text to other application such as e-mail client, word processor, etc.
The content of this macro is data (graphics, tables, text, file links, etc.) saved (persisted) from clipboard. When macro is executed it pastes the clipboard data to other application.
This type of macro can consist of various macro commands to manipulate keyboard, mouse, files, folders, clipboard, ftp, web, etc. This type of macro can execute other macros including text macros or clipboard macros. General macro can be either created manually or it can be also recorded.