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Old May 24th 05, 10:48 PM
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I have some user defined functions that I use quite often. I want to have all
my user defined functions accessable by any workbook that I start at any
time. I do not want to have to open a module that contains the functions and
copy and paste then inside the new workbook.

How con I make all my user defined functions show up in the user defined
function section by default?

Thanks,
Eric

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Old May 24th 05, 11:11 PM
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Save them as *.xla (save asadd-in), then check them under toolsadd-ins

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Peo sjoblom

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I have some user defined functions that I use quite often. I want to have all
my user defined functions accessable by any workbook that I start at any
time. I do not want to have to open a module that contains the functions and
copy and paste then inside the new workbook.

How con I make all my user defined functions show up in the user defined
function section by default?

Thanks,
Eric

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Old May 24th 05, 11:16 PM
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Store them in your personal.xls workbook, typically located in
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\XLStart and make this
workbook hidden.


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I have some user defined functions that I use quite often. I
want to have all
my user defined functions accessable by any workbook that I
start at any
time. I do not want to have to open a module that contains the
functions and
copy and paste then inside the new workbook.

How con I make all my user defined functions show up in the
user defined
function section by default?

Thanks,
Eric



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Old May 25th 05, 02:32 PM
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Thanks for the reply...both of you.

Follow up question...
I I use one method or the other. Say I create a workbook that uses some of
the formulas and then send that workbook to a coworker, will my formulas go
with it or will it end up displaying a #name error?

Thanks,
Eric
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Old May 26th 05, 04:26 AM
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If they don't have the addin, then they'll get errors.


flycast wrote:

Thanks for the reply...both of you.

Follow up question...
I I use one method or the other. Say I create a workbook that uses some of
the formulas and then send that workbook to a coworker, will my formulas go
with it or will it end up displaying a #name error?

Thanks,
Eric


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