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I have an Excel file that allows for the right-click function for forms in Excel for Windows. When you open the form using Excel for Windows and place your cursor in the data field, you can right-click your mouse or trackpad and the copy/paste function/menu appears.

This happens because of the macro contained in the file. Otherwise the copy/paste function does not work on right-click.

The current macro is written for Windows and does not work in Excel for Mac.

Can someone help
Copy_of_rightclick.23105120.qylg4iuo.xls
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Excel MVP Ron De Bruin is compiling a comprehensive page detailing differences between VBA on the PC and the Mac that can help you in finding the conversions that need to be made
http://www.rondebruin.nl/mac.htm

For the problem at hand please try the above guide as I don't have a Mac
I will try to rewrite it on the fly using Ron's guide but that will take a while
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