Excel version differences in Code

jimayers

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Hello - I am relatively new to VBA. I wrote, with the help of many, a working code on an updated machine using an updated Excel. I take it to am older machine and things go wrong.
Is there list, or maybe een a pogram to scan, and identfy code syntax difernces from one versn to the other?

Thanks for any help - Jim
 

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jkpieterse

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Your best bet is to develop on a system with the old version. upward compatibility usually is excellent.
 

jimayers

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That is good advice, but I develop at home and use the code at work...and I wrote many pages already working which I just need to know what in that code is unacceptable to older versions.
 

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