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Excel VBA: UDFs not compatible with SP3

Excel VBA: UDFs not compatible with SP3

(OP)
Hi guys

As the subject line basically explains, we have some user defined functions in use within the company which no longer work with service pack 3 of Excel.  With SP2 they work fine.

The UDFs are stored in the form of an add-in, which I think may have been written in VB and compiled, just in case that helps.  It is certainly not a file I can access and lift code from and "dump" into an new SP3 add in file.  (I am not the author unfortunately).

Has anyone else had any similar issues, and know of a quick fix?  Our current thought is to regress to SP2 (until such time as we can get an new add-in written/compiled which is SP3 friendly) but I'm hoping there is a checkbox in some menu item somewhere which will offer a quicker and more efficient solution.

Regards and thanks

Fen
 

RE: Excel VBA: UDFs not compatible with SP3

(OP)
Ooops - wrong forum.

Never mind!

Fen

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