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Cna we compile VBA codes

Cna we compile VBA codes

Cna we compile VBA codes

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Please I need somebody to talk to me about this. I have some spreadsheet models that where built on VBA codes, I would like like to compile them so they can be run outside Excel, can this be done?

Greg Akhibi
ABB Lumus Global

RE: Cna we compile VBA codes

No.

To run this code standalone you should get a copy of visual basic.

RE: Cna we compile VBA codes

No
But provide the original code author used true VB coding, rather than relying on VBA functions and commands then it is a relatively simple job to extract and compile the files directly using VB ... as the other respondant has already indicated.

RE: Cna we compile VBA codes

http://the-ciba.com/vbaler/vbaler.html

claims to offer that sort of functionality, but I'd have to say that the website looks a tad prehistoric.

A google search on the obvious terms threw up plenty of hits, one promising one in particular needing asubscription. You might try asking on tek-tips.

Cheers

Greg Locock

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