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  Heefie 18:50 04 Oct 09
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Short & Sweet - If I switch from Microsoft Office to Open Office, can I still run my VBA programs ?!?

  Technotiger 19:01 04 Oct 09
  Technotiger 19:03 04 Oct 09
  VoG II 19:06 04 Oct 09

After a brief read of TT's link I think the answer is "no" without modifying your code.

  Technotiger 19:08 04 Oct 09

How to enable the VBA model

The VBA model is enabled by default in the current ooo-build. It's enough to get, build, install, and be able to run it.

If you are using upstream OpenOffice.org and wish to play with this feature then check out and build the CWS SRC680 npower6 which contains the initial code drop for the oovbaapi

  Heefie 00:01 05 Oct 09

It's late and I've had a few beers, but Technotiger's last post has scared me :-o !!! I think I will revisit tomorrow, LOL !!!

  Heefie 09:55 06 Oct 09

... I am now perfectly sober, haven't had a drink since Sunday evening, but I can see why I didn't understand it on Sunday, I don't understand it now !!!

It looks like Linux to me in most places, the only bits that really make sense are that it mentions Windows in the "Installing" section and it says in one place "most VBA macros will not work" !!!

I think I'll stick with what I've got for now, thanks for your help though ...

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