VBA Custom Functions

Sumifs

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Hi,

I have a custom function which I created in VBA for Excel. The VBA was originally saved in a module in each Excel file that I was using it with however this has resulted in version control issues whenever I need to make any code changes. I have since switched to saving the VBA as an add-in for Excel which works much better.

My question is, that if I run the add-in while opening a file that contains the same function in a module, which version of the function would Excel use when it calculates? I can test this and find out for myself but I was just wondering if someone might be able to provide a more technical explanation.


Thank you in advance for any help or input!
 

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