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Alteryx Designer Knowledge Base

Definitive answers from Designer experts.
An index for all the Alteryx Product technical specifications and system requirements!
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For Python-based tool developers, a guide to including wheel files within your tool installer.
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This article will walk you through how to install a macro, so that it can be accessed from the tool palette in the Designer.    Download or save a macro to a directory Open Alteryx Designer Click Options > User Settings > Edit User Settings Click the Macros tab within the User Settings window Click the + icon and select the directory used to save your macro(s) Enter a Category Name for the directory to appear as in the Designer Click OK Macro(s) will now show up in the category specified Things to consider:       - all macros within the folder specified will be installed       - the category specified within the macro Meta Info will take priority over the Category Name specified in step 6:     Additional Tip: A macro can be added to a workflow without installing it.  Do this by right-clicking on a blank-portion of your wokrflow and selecting Insert > Macro.., then navigate to the location of the macro you'd like to insert.
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Is your license file not authenticating when you double click on the .srclc?  Try authenticating the license file via the License Manager, click on Tools > Manage Licenses > Install License
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Use the following instructions to download and complete installation via the Alteryx installation wizard in v11.0!
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