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    Macro Project??? (Excel 2003)

    (Edited by HansV to make URL clickable - see <!help=19>Help 19<!/help>)

    What exactly is a Macro Project (http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/he...495551033.aspx)? Is this like a XLA in Excel and a DOT in Word containing VBA and you digiatly sign the entire XLA or DOT? Are Macro projects only for Office 2003 and above?

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    Re: Macro Project??? (Excel 2003)

    A macro project is all of the VBA code (including userforms) of an Excel or Word file, also know as the "VBA Project".
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    Re: Macro Project??? (Excel 2003)

    By "macro project", Microsoft means all of the VBA code and userforms in a single Office file (a Word document or template, an Excel document, template or add-in, an Access database or add-in etc.). It applies to all recent versions of Office, starting with Office 2000 or perhaps earlier.

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    Re: Macro Project??? (Excel 2003)

    Thank you Pieterse and Hans for confirming what I thought it was. Some in y department were thinking that sections of VBA code in a file can be signed while others sections are not.

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    Re: Macro Project??? (Excel 2003)

    > Some in (m)y department were thinking that sections of VBA code in a file can be signed while others sections are not

    No, it's all or nothing.

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