Test Plan FOR Excel Workbook

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I maintain an aged workbook for my company that is twenty years old (approximately), containing over 20,000 lines of code. There is no documentation for the workbook. I am having difficulty successfully publishing updates to it because there is no test plan. If anyone has a guide, or a link to a guide for creating a test plan *for* (as opposed to with) an Excel spreadsheet, I would very much appreciate it!

I have searched both the internet at large and this forum. Plenty of results on the internet for creating a test plan with an Excel workbook. No posts on this forum appear to contain both words 'test' and 'plan' in the title.
 

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Kyle123

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It’s not really clear what you are asking for, are you asking for advice on how to write automated/unit code tests in Excel?
 
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