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Can Macro survive Sage online v2018?

Can Macro survive Sage online v2018?

Can Macro survive Sage online v2018?

(OP)
Hello,

Do you know if macro will survive in Sage online v2018? I have a custom macro that brings AR invoice to Desktop Sage version...

How about the import and export function in Sage online v2018? Are they the same as the Desktop version?

Regards

RE: Can Macro survive Sage online v2018?

What do you mean by "Sage online"? Do you mean 300C?

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RE: Can Macro survive Sage online v2018?

(OP)
Not 300C. Sage Online, a hosted service and application by Sage.

RE: Can Macro survive Sage online v2018?

AFAIK, you lose the ability to run your own macros when you go hosted. You should ask Sage directly.

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RE: Can Macro survive Sage online v2018?

(OP)
Thanks. That is what I thought too. Just wanted to bounce off the idea.

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