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Dear all experts,

I've wrote some Excel VBA in and currently these codes are protected by password which prevents other people to view the code.  However, I think it is better to change these codes to binary codes (eg. DLL) which may have more protection on it.  Is there any tools that can compile the codes to DLL?

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Not directly from Excel. Depending on the code you might be able to compile it in VB6, or you can try this. http://www.doneex.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=section&id=10&Itemid=43&gclid=CKn1g9SS4rQCFSmCQgod_HYA4Q
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