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Smart Indenter & MZ-Tools with Excel 64-Bit

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I was given a new PC at work with Office 2010 64-Bit installed.   I attempted to install Smart Indenter and MZ-Tools for my VBA tools and neither show up in the VBE.   I am assuming this may be a 64-bit issue.  I have both tools installed on a Office 2010 32-bit PC and they run fine.

Is there a way to get these tools to run in a 64-bit setup or are there 64-bit versions of the tools or alternate tool sets that run in 64-bit?

Thanks,
Jerry
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In the past I've contacted MZ-Tools directly and they are very responsive.
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Martin,
Thank you for responding...  

Jerry
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You're welcome and I'm glad I was able to help.

Marty - MVP 2009 to 2012
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