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VBA Project Name

VBA Project Name

VBA Project Name

Hi All,

I can't seem to find a non-Excel version of this question/answer, so I'm creating a post where I'd like to know how it's possible to programmatically determine the name of the project (located in the project explorer or tools-project properties-project name)?

I'm trying to do some general error logging and rather than modify the project name in every project I'd rather just write a module and include it in each project that reads and assigns the project name to a Public variable I can reference in the error handling routine.

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Is there a reference that needs to be added for this?

RE: VBA Project Name

I'm using 6.3 version 9971 which says VBA Retail 6, 4.9970 ... I'm using the macro editor in Sage 300

RE: VBA Project Name

Ah, Sage, Not sure that Sage supports the necessary extensions to the IDE. Try adding a reference to Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications Extensibility.

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