Hidden coding

DogdeBordeaux63541

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I am currently adapting a worksheet which contains a number of Command Buttons. These buttons I suspect, open macros but I am not able to look at the code behind the button, as in design view the button cannot be 'opened' - the cursor changes to a hand shape (as if the button was a Hyperlink). I have tried to view the code in Worsheet but there isn't any code to do with the buttons.
Please can anyone help ? Nick N
 

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Chas17

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The button was made with the forms toolbar.
Right click the button.
Choose Assign Macro.
If a macro is assigned to the button you can click "Edit" to view code.
 

Jack in the UK

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Hi sounds like you have some issues here with one or more protection

Sheet protection
Workbllok protection
and VBA module protection

YES these can be got arround and YES i can nomall do this in a few seconds if i have access to the file, as many do and can,

However this s a service i do not and wil not help guys with, i have had to much agro and been abused in the past by helping begging guy in there bosses documents and so no they do not have correct access, so im sure you understand that i want no part in this. - i thank you in advance for your kind understanding

My suggestion would be to pay to recover / remove the issues via registerded approved companies taht are covered for this type of work i am not. Pleas do not think ill of me, i have told you what your proble is -

Maybe a wild guess would be to searc this site, i can say for sure but MAYBE its been covered

Good luck

Jack
 

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