ghost VBA Projects and VBA Project password window popup

vbaExcel2_6

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I have couple of VBA programming related question:
1) I have created spreadsheet with VBA macros and have put password protection on the VBA project. It runs fine and does what it is supposed to do but after I close the spreadsheet (the instance of Excel is still open) the VBA project associated with the spreadsheet doesn't go away. If I repoen that spreadsheet in the same instance I see 2 VBA projects with the same name. How do I get reed of VBA project when I close the spreadsheet that has the VBA project under question?
2) Sometimes for the same spreadsheet if I close the instance of Excel i.e. not just closing the spreadsheet, the VBA project password window pops up asking to enter password. How do I stop this from happening?
 

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Phixtit

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Did you ever solve this issue?
I am having a similar issue.
 

Phixtit

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Solved! :)

Thanks for the reply but I found the culprit and my Problem is now Solved! :)

It had nothing to do with my code.
The problem was that I installed a trial version of: Pagos SpreadsheetWEB v2.4
After uninstalling problem is gone. :)
 

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Nice work - and thank you for sharing your solution with us. :)
 
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