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Client: Microsoft Windows 10 Home 32 bit I used a macro for the "Left" operation, here the "Time" is a file path of the song. Application.ScreenUpdating = False Macro1.Run Application.ScreenUpdating = True and here the "Time" is a file path of the song. Macro2.Run Now I want to create the same macro again, but it is not working with this code I just close the document or save the document. How can I run it again? A: The macro has run once in Macro1, and now it's being run in Macro2. That's not the same macro, they are completely unrelated. In order to make it run again you need to create a second macro that will be called from the second macro. If you are asking how to call Macro2 from Macro1: Application.Run Macro2 Negative regulation of FOXL2 by FOXO4 suppresses human hair follicle development. FOXL2 is a critical regulator of hair follicle differentiation. However, its physiological role and downstream target genes remain unknown. Here, we show that FOXO4 physically interacts with FOXL2, and promotes FOXL2 ubiquitination and degradation. Specifically, FOXO4 promoted FOXL2 degradation through binding to the kelch-like ECH-associated protein 1 (KEAP1) binding motifs within the FOXL2 C-terminal region. Furthermore, FOXO4 strongly induced the expression of the two microRNAs, miR-449a and miR-449b, and repressed the expression of C-C motif chemokine receptor 5 (CCR5), which are critical for hair follicle development. As a result, activation of FOXO4 by insulin or its downstream PI3K/AKT signaling inhibits CCR5 expression, thereby inhibiting FOXL2.