How to open VBA forms from VBA Application (exe file)

VBABEGINER

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Dear All, Please guide me about how do i open vba forms and coding pages from one my vba application file type..

Pls guide someone..
 

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Hi Kyle, in file type it comes as "Application". When we open that, it open as project. This is created in VBA forms and codings.. That one..

Type of file - Application (.exe)
 
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I've no idea what that is - are you saying that if you double click it, Excel opens and then the VBA IDE opens?
 

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Kyle, i think im not able to figure out properly. and hence i need guidance.

are you saying that if you double click it, Excel opens == No.

It open in one of the application where user selecting some option's and after clicking the submit button, record saves (in access db).
Likewise, user can find data too, and modify and update too.

That kind of application this is.
 

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If it's an .exe file, it is not VBA.
 

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Hi Rorya Sir,

Yes, its an exe file. I am trying to open all the source files for that.. Can you pls guide which location they will get ?
 
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An .exe is a compiled file. Unless you created it, you will not have the source files.
 

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No. They are not actually there. It would, in all likelihood, be illegal for you to attempt to reverse engineer the program.

Why do you think you need to do this?
 
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