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Hi expert,

Now issues while removing error messages from different workbook .it doesn't create Audit Sheet.

Previous Question

Rest all working fine.

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What do you mean by:
Now issues while removing error messages from different workbook

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Ok.ignore my post and start from where we stand in previous in question.
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ok here it is and how it work:

1) You will need to delete all the addin you already created on all the PC's for your users and it is too bad but you went ahead and did this a bit too fast.
2) To do this on each machine first open Excel blank then choose Excel options then Addin then GO and unselect the addin you lined before that was:
Err-Rem-Hid-Show-V02
3) close the workbook then go to the user's folder then roaming then Microsoft/Addin and delete that file from there.
Err-Rem-Hid-Show-V02.xlsam
4) Save the below file in your directory as .xlsm
5) Open the file then save it as Addin .xlsam
6) close Excel
7) Open blank Excel and from Excel Options choose Addin and select this new file and tick it.
8) Close Excel
9) Now open any file and in the menu you have all 3 options and test it. if in the file you open it does not have the sheet Audit it will create it else if will add to it.

Let me know
gowlfow
Addin-Err-RHS-V03.xlsm
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by:Naresh Patel
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Perfect ....need to share one thing as I don't know anything  about Coding but it seems you sir, you are using some different kind of code. your code always work smoothly. i.e. flawless. is that my assumption right regarding you are using some different kind of Code or language?



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by:gowflow
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Your welcome, thank you for your very nice appreciation. To answer your question, it is only experience that leads you to develop code that is well structured, but to say flawless ... well it need a lot still to reach that stage. We learn everyday !
Pls do not hesitate to put a link in here if you need more help on any other issue.
Regards/gowflow
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by:Naresh Patel
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Sir gowflow,

I just need to do some code modification in my this solved question Maths Final. will you pls look in to this. I am going to post new question for this. that is series of 2 question.


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This the link for my new question Math New.
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