Saving/Transferring a Macro?

HLS811

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Hi All,

Heres a new one - which may be a simple answer - but still has me stumped...

Is there a way to save and transfer a macro from one PC to another OTHER than copying over the personal.XLS file??

Currently, thats the way I transfer a macro from one PC to another, but I want to be able to do it without the risk of over-righting something...

Is there a simple way thats staring me in teh face, but I'm too blind to see?
 

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Iridium

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On 2002-10-29 08:31, HLS811 wrote:
Hi All,

Heres a new one - which may be a simple answer - but still has me stumped...

Is there a way to save and transfer a macro from one PC to another OTHER than copying over the personal.XLS file??

Currently, thats the way I transfer a macro from one PC to another, but I want to be able to do it without the risk of over-righting something...

Is there a simple way thats staring me in teh face, but I'm too blind to see?

Try exporting the module/macro to CD-R or floppy then import it on the other PC
 

HLS811

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On 2002-10-29 08:45, Chris Chattin wrote:

Try exporting the module/macro to CD-R or floppy then import it on the other PC

Sounds easy enough.. Where do I go to export it?
 

Iridium

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When in Excel hit Alt+F11 to open the VBE. Right click on the module on the project pane containing your macro and select Export - the rest should be simple enough
 

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