track changes to code in excel

Is there any way to track code changes in excel?  I got the following error when trying to find that in the help files >> http://screencast.com/t/P9OGoKUJOu2g
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Chris BottomleySoftware Quality Lead EngineerCommented:
track code changes - as in log edits to the VBA in the editor.  Nope, although theoretically you could compare the original against a reference ... as long as the reference was protected from change.

This would however be a static check rather than a record of edits as/when they occur.  Essentially though the answer is no.

Chris
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rspahitzCommented:
If you're looking for changes to the spreadsheet (rather than code) then you'll want to look at the Review tab (in 2007/2010) and select Track Changes / Highlight Changes.  In 2003, I think it's under the Data menu.
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