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Calling macro from MS Excel (MS Word works fine)

Calling macro from MS Excel (MS Word works fine)

Calling macro from MS Excel (MS Word works fine)

(OP)
Hi
In MS Word, I can call a macro. I just use the field command: PRINT 27 "&f#x#Y" - this works just fine.
In MS Excel, however, there doesnt seem to be a similar function. Anyway .. do u know how to do it? Plz let me know.
Poul Dyreborg

RE: Calling macro from MS Excel (MS Word works fine)

(OP)
Okay nobody seems to know!

If you know that this cannot be done - plz respons.
Thx.
Poul

RE: Calling macro from MS Excel (MS Word works fine)

Hi
I don't know what makes the command "PRINT 27 "&f#x#Y" " in Word, but if you don't find in Excel you need make a public sub/function that makes the work:

1.- Go to the VBA editor (Alt+F11)
2.- Whit the contextual menu "Insert" a "Module"
3.-Write a sub/function that makes all you want (called as you whant and with the parameters it need).
4.- In the Excel cells try to add a call to your new "Macro":
=
"More functions..."
"User functions..."
(Here you should see the name of the function you writed)

This is the base of Macro creation...
I helped?

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