Can a tag edit be devised to have a tag removed from being automatically appended to the list following 'Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged ...'?
Specifically, the bottom of every Excel question page holds this footer.
All one has to do is hover over the macros tag to be informed that the tag is:
Not for MS-OFFICE / VBA / macro languages. Use the respective tags instead.
I went into the tag edit screen to see if I could find some cross-association that could be readily removed. While there is mention of excel-vba and similar tags, the purpose is to warn against cross-pollination; not encourage it.
So what dictates the macros inclusion in the closing blurb? Can a normal user edit away its inclusion? If it is a strictly back-end automated procedure, is there a fudge file that lists false-positives that should not follow the rule?