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How compare 2 macros in vba word

How compare 2 macros in vba word

How compare 2 macros in vba word

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I have a first macro (macro 1) in a Word document. An other user will record an other macro (macro 2). I want to compare two macros, if macro 1 is same macro 2, a messenger is displayed "The same", else is "Not same". How can i programming in vba word? Please help me! Thank you very much!

RE: How compare 2 macros in vba word

This can be done without VBA. Copy the first macro(s) to new word document, the second set to other document. Word has native functionality 'compare documents', changes will be marked in a new document.

A solution with direct access to the code requires a permission to it and reference to VBIDE library. After access to proper VBComponent, its CodeModule allows access to the code text.

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RE: How compare 2 macros in vba word

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Copy the first macro(s) to new word document, the second set to other document. Word has native functionality 'compare documents', changes will be marked in a new document
Which is essentially what was advised here: https://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=181938... - and with links to VBA solutions if needed.

Cheers
Paul Edstein
[Fmr MS MVP - Word]

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