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I have a Sony W120 and had the same macro problem, tried all the "solutions" mentioned here without result. So I pressed the "Home" button, went to "Settings" (last menu item at right), then "Main Settings", and used the "Initialize" functio. Problem solved !
You're in macro mode and the flash won't function. Check your manual to find out how to get out of macro mode. Most cameras have a button or a dial with a picture of a flower representing macro mode. Find that and change it.
do you really need to use tohe zoom function when in macro mode? remember the lens has it limit on distance of the taken subject. Try to experiment without using the zoom and doing some distance adjustments
There is function called INPUT, which opens an input window and waits for user input. The input is stored in macro cell and you can refer to it later. To get to the end of (or top of) use SELECT.END and you will go from the active cell to the first blank cell up, down, left or right depending on the argument you enter. These are Macro Version 4.0 functions and there are similar functions in VBA RHands