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Add-In for custom macros

Posted on 2014-12-05
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Folks,
I had a recent post in regards to using the "Personal Workbook" such that any macro I would like to continue to use would always be in that workbook.
After various experts stepped up the bottom line appears that an Add-In would be the best course of action.
1. Does anyone know of such an Add-In
2. If not, how does one go about creating the Add-In so that any workbook on my pc can use them?
I've looked for such a "beast" and haven't found one yet.
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An add-in makes it easy to give your code to other users, which seems like more than you need. If you just need the code on your PC, put the code in personal.xlsb, which should appear at the bottom of your project list in the VBA/Macro editor. All code in that workbook is available to every workbook that you open.

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by:Frank Freese
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OK...it seems this time everything is working
Thanks
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thank you kindly
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