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Automatically create high level flowchart from vba project

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I want a high level Visual Table of Contents for my existing vba program.

Does anybody have PERSONAL EXPERIENCE with any tool that will create something automatically? It does not have to be free, but it must be easy to use (less than 1/2 hour to generate my first flowchart.

I did a little googling, and came up with 3 candidates (SourceCode2Flowchart codevisual2flowchart Aivosto), but I think they will generate far more detailed flow charts than I desire.

All I want is a high level structure to put on the bulletin board next to my workstation. Something like this.  And, ideally, it would recognize that application.run "myprogram" is a call to a known subroutine, and that application.run strMyProgram is a call to a variable subroutine.  


              -------------
              ! checkErrors!
              --|------------
                |
  ------------------------------
   |                          |                      |
----------    ------------            |
checkName    checkBirth           |
---------     -----------               |
                                                       | CheckDriver License
                                                       | Check StudentId
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rberkeConsultant

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wiesje, Have you any personal experience with omegachart?

The reason I ask is that my company's antivirus identifies that site as a potential source of Malware.

Before I download the program, I want to make sure that you have used it with no problems.

rberke
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B grade because you never answered my followup question.

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My excuses that I never responded- my notifications do not seem to be working!

The answer is I haven't had any personal experience with it. I use Visio for my diagrams.
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Thanks for the follow up.

Bob
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