run a sheet coded with vba from a web

raha

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I have created a userform that will work as a questionnaire type of thing. This is all linked to an Excel sheet.

The idea is that you will access this excel sheet from a webpage containing a link that causes this workbook to open. However, I am experiencing run-time errors that do not occur when I run the file from my own computer. Is there anyone that has experience with VBA and HTML not working together?? Spend a lot of time on making this Excel sheet work to my liking so pls cheer me up with some good ideas.

Hope my problem statement makes sense.

Kind regards
Rasmus, Denmark
 

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Rasmus

I'm sorry but as far as I know Excel VBA and the web just don't mix well.:)
 
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raha

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Thanks for the super fast reply.

Can it really be so. To me it just appears to open the spreadsheet exactly as if I open it from my drive. Meaning that it opens the file through Excel so why on earth is it acting any differently than if it is opened from a drive??? :cry:
 
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