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Code Coverage Analysis of VBA Code

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I need to perform a code-coverage analysis on an Excel-VBA based application.

I am searching for tools that would read excel(.xls) files and give a report on statistical analysis of code like dead-code, % of code covered by test cases e.t.c.

Any reply in this matter is highly appreciated.

Regards,

S. Shashidhar
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You might look at
http://www.aivosto.com/vb.html

They produce code analyzers for VB that do what you want.  The tools might be able to work with VBA.

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