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VBA code cleaning: what is the best application?

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Hi x-perts

What is the best VBA code cleaning application? I have found one at

http://www.appspro.com/Utilities/CodeCleaner.htm

But it looks as a very old program...

Any advice here?

Thanks
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I've used the one you indicate on your post, it's very good. Rob Bovey, it's author, is an expert in Office applications.

If it looks a bit old, its because programming in VBA has gotten a bit old as well.

My advice is that you use that one, it's good, stable and from a trusted source.

Hope that helps,

NY
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Just to confirm, that's the one I use (v5 is not that old really) and I strongly recommend it. Given what it does, I don't really see what its age has to do with anything! ;)
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