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    Thumbs up Re: making a user-defined function accessible to all workbooks

    Quote Originally Posted by Yogi Anand View Post
    Thanks from me too Ricky!

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    "Thanks from me too RICKY !!!

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    Default Re: making a user-defined function accessible to all workbooks

    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky Morris View Post
    Save the file with the function with an xla extension. This will tell Excel that it's an add-in workbook. Then Select Tools > Add-Ins from the menu and browse to the xla file you saved. The function will now be available to all workbooks in Excel.
    Thanks Ricky , you solved my problem... -jkmjalam

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    Default Re: making a user-defined function accessible to all workbooks

    Quote Originally Posted by Yogi Anand View Post
    Hi Jay:
    It worked with the ! preceded by the name of the workbook.xls -- I did not need to enclose the name of the workbook in []s.

    THANKS!
    Hi,

    I tried workbook.xls!MyFunction(arg1,arg2) but it doesn't work!

    Any help is appreciated.

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