Simple questions regarding Modules

Drmwvr7266

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If a module appears empty, is it really empty? Can it be deleted? If yes, how? And why is it in existence to begin with?

I assume that there was code in it at one time but that it was deleted or moved, thus meaning it can be deleted.
 

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Juan Pablo González

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Yes, if its empty, you can delete it. THe probable reason that it exists is because you (Or someone) used the "Delete" button on the "Run macro" dialog. That only deletes the code, not the module itself.
 

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