My macro works as designed on Excel in Windows but on Mac Excel 2011 the two ".close" commands trigger an error.
The macro is part of an add-in. If the attached code sample is not enough to solve the issue, I can provide the add-in with a signed non-disclosure agreement.
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Hello! I work with VBA for last 5 years and have created hundreds of different scripts, I have reviewed PDF, but You are right, to solve it i will need add-in. NDA is not a problem. If You need somebody who can Plus
Yes this is very simple task. It will take max 2 hours of searching for the reasons behind the behavior and if lucky, can be done within 2-3 hours itself.
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Hi, I think I know where problem is. I don't have Mac to test, but if it will not work, you can not pay me. Best regards, Remis
Already Fixed this issue before long time. :) Ping me and get the work done in hours. Is that possible to access your computer through teamviewer or something? Just to test it on Mac, as my current system is in windows Plus
I have done visual basic code and i think that I can solve it but if I couldnot solve it I would ask for my teacher to solve it . But I don't understand what do you mean.
I have a lot of experience in Microsoft Excel VBA macros. I've had a look at your attached pdf code snippet and I have a few suspicions on what might be happening. What I think is the most likely explanation is tha Plus
Hi Sir Have u tried removing "ThisWorkbook" from [login to view URL]() line? See if that works out for you? Regards,
I have already modified your code to fix this error. If you assign the project to me: 1. I will deliver the fix immediately. 2. I will explain to you why your code caused an error.