MacroMaker is a macro program developed by Apple that was included with System 6. MacroMaker enables users to create macros to automate repetitive tasks. When MacroMaker is installed, you turn it on through an icon on the menu bar that looks like a small cassette tape. When you turn MacroMaker on, it starts recording your keystrokes and mouse movements until you select Off from MacroMaker's pull-down menu. You can name these macros and save them to MacroMaker's pull-down menu for easy access.
MacroMaker was discontinued after System 6 and does not work with System 7 and higher, although there are a number of full-featured third- party macro programs like QuicKeys and Tempo available for creating custom Macros.