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Old 09-18-2012, 08:14 AM   #1
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office calc moving macro location

Hi All,
I need to share calc macros between various machines. However when I try to run the macro ( via a button on spreed sheet ) on a diffrent machine it tells me the macro is missing. Can anyone tell me how to move the macros onto another machine, or how I can embedded then into the sheet, so they don't need to move macros.

My macro now says ( from tools macros) its in my macros->standard->module1 which has a list of the 5 macros I use in a box to the right of the tree. However I cannot work out where macros->stand... is to copy and paste the macros, I can't even find an open office folder on my system, even with a search. I've seached using the macro names and they can't be found. I'm guessing office embeddeds them all in the module1 ?

Can anyone advise how to find then move or how to embeded in the calc sheet?
Thanks in advance.


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