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Is there some important differences in the Visual Basic of Excel 2003 and
Excel 2007?

If I practice VBA in Excel 2003, could I have problems to do the same
applications in Excel 2007?

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Should be relatively transparent, like 99.9% or better (I made up these
numbers)

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Hello:

Is there some important differences in the Visual Basic of Excel 2003 and
Excel 2007?

If I practice VBA in Excel 2003, could I have problems to do the same
applications in Excel 2007?

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Miguel M. Yalán
http://mmyv.com





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I agree with Bob's made up number. I'd say not much worse than the
differences between VBA in Excel 2000 and in 2003.

What you'll see in recorded macros will be a bit different in accomplishing
the same thing. I noticed recently that 2007 uses the .Interior.Color
property to set the fill color during a recorded macro, where 2003 used the
..Interior.ColorIndex property. And yet the results are the same if you use
the 2003 method in either version.

"Bob Umlas" wrote:

Should be relatively transparent, like 99.9% or better (I made up these
numbers)

"Miguel" wrote in message
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Hello:

Is there some important differences in the Visual Basic of Excel 2003 and
Excel 2007?

If I practice VBA in Excel 2003, could I have problems to do the same
applications in Excel 2007?

--
Miguel M. Yalán
http://mmyv.com








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