Activating a protected macro.

dwibert

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I am using a third party macro called Spanner.

I would like to activate the macro within another macro. The creaters of Spanner have locked it up pretty well as I cannot get any access to it through VBA.

Currently, the only way that I can activate the macro is by manually going to the DATA pull down menu and selecting the macro.

Does anyone have any tricks on accessing macros that are this locked up?
 

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