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Extra! Macro

Extra! Macro

Extra! Macro

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I inherited an Extra! macro from a contract programmer... The macro has run fine for almost 3 years. All of the sudden on Monday it stopped working. When I went in to look at the macro I tried to compile it and the first error displayed was on the line:
'$include: "Utility.ebh"
The macro also has the line:
'$include: "extra!.ebh"
but that part seems to be working fine. I went to Windows Explorer and could find the file 'extra!.ebh', however I would not locate the file 'Utility.ebh'. I believe I need the 'utility.ebh' to be able to use external functions and the macro does have reference to GetPrivateProfileString, WritePrivateProfileString. If I comment out the '$include: "Utility.ebh", then I get compile errors on the GetPrivateProfileString and WritePrivateProfileString commands. I am at a total loss. Any suggestions or help will be greatly appreciated!

RE: Extra! Macro

do you have the extram.dll located in the filters directory of extra!?

RE: Extra! Macro

help: i need a simple macro to transfer data list from a excell sheet to an extra session (extra 6.2.
thanks to all

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