According to the macro tag info, this has little to do with what is called a "Macro" in the VBA world. In essence, to me, tagging a VBA question with macro is the same as tagging the question with code, unless you are (very easily argued) asking a question about recording a macro in Office, using Macros (same name, different thing) in Access, or something else like that.
I have been going through and removing the macro tag as I see it if I don't feel it is appropriate, but not in a concerted effort to seek out this specific tag (I just fix it when I come across it). Should I be doing this?
Taking Remou's point from the comments, this tag is not incorrect, and new users (and perhaps some more avid users) will still use the macros incorrectly from time to time. I guess my point is more to ask if it is worth the effort to change those questions that are tagged incorrectly, or if it is well enough understood that there can be this cross utilization? (Or new possible thought, should the tag be modified to include both descriptions, if the tags are to be left alone?)
(This question is similar, but doesn't quite make the same point I am here.)