On 02/11/2013 04:56 PM, todd.e.moore wrote:
It would not run correctly on MSO 2003? To me this implies is/are bug(s)
in the macro code. And if it is buggy code upgrading your license will
not help. Since the file is an *.xls file this implies the macro was
intended to run on Excel 2003 and possibly even 2000 as well as later
I found v3.3 in the OO archives download area. It opens the file, but none
of the macros work. Bummer.
With this particular file, I run into problems even with MS Office 2003 and
we're loathe to invest the money into upgrading licenses because of a single
file. Unfortunately, it's looking more and more likely that will be the
route we'll end up travelling.
I was able to look at the VBA code for the macro in LO 4.0 so if one
know the correct Basic dialect it could be (theoretically) converted but
I have no idea how easy or difficult this would be. Hopefully, one the
macro gurus can take a look at the code. On some of the code I did get a
syntax error but I am not sure if the error is generic (occurs in VBA
and LO Basic) or only specific to LO Basic.
Thanks for the assist. Maybe developers can reference this file when they
next revisit the macro engine.
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I did not notice any documentation or comments that explained the code
in the section I was looking at (bangs head on desk). Also, I did not
see any copyright notice or license in the modules I looked at.
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