referencing code in a password protected xla

oliver_penney

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hi

i've got an xla with a password on it, fair enough they can protect their own code

i can use the toolbar that came with it to run the code, but how can i run it in VBA?

i can see the action i want to run in the object browser, but how do i reference it??

and (mais oui) if i record a macro it doesn't pick up on it
 

Excel Facts

Get help while writing formula
Click the italics "fx" icon to the left of the formula bar to open the Functions Arguments dialog. Help is displayed for each argument.
You can use the Execute method of the CommandBarControl (see VBA Help for an example) or the Run method, eg:

Application.Run "'TheAddin.xla'!TheMacro"
 
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wahey!

:pray:

fantastic, thanx

it didn't even occur to me that the toolbars would be a collection, *doh*

thanx again
 
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