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Helloo....

I have one problem. I do not know how to hide Macro menu in Excel. The reason why i need to hide the Macro menu is because i don't want user to look at macro code. If this idea cannot work, can anyone tell me how to prevent user from looking at macro code. The main idea is how to prevent user from looking at macro code and also prevent user or anyone from changing the macro code. Ok, I hope anybody can help solve the problem.

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In VBA go to Tools--> VBA ProjectProperties and select the security tab.
The set a password and users can only view the code when the enter the correct password

Good luck
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