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Michael M

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@starl
It could be hard to find, but I don't see any mention of Developer OR VBA in those plans !
And I guess this is where the issue lies....it's almost like it's a dark art that nobody wants to talk about :cool: :cool:
 

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There has only been one desktop version in recent memory that didn’t have VBA, and that was 2008 on the Mac.
 

Michael M

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Thanks @RoryA
It's just royally annoying that no one seems to even comprehend Developer or VBA
 

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Possibly because MS doesn’t care about VBA.
 

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Ooooo, that's harsh....but true.... I'm sure they regret ever having it in the suite in the first place !
 

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If IT installs O365, they can disable VBA (group policy). Else, I don't believe there's a desktop version without VBA at all. I can't find any mention of that at MS site..
 

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I guess I'm gonna find out soon!
 

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