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    Vba macro

    Hi, everyone
    Can you please tell me, I have an Excel Macro Enabled template in which I have written a Macro.
    It is working absolutely fine in my Excel (Desktop Version)
    But when I open this file in my phone (android OS) using Microsoft Office Apps (Excel)
    I am not able to run the Macro.
    How can I do that.?
    Thanks

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    Re: Vba macro

    The Excel lite version you get on mobile phones supports macros. Or that's my understanding.
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    Re: Vba macro

    Shozib

    As far as I'm aware macros won't work on mobile/tablet - there's certainly no option to run/view them when I open a macro-enabled workbook in Excel on my phone.

    Richard

    I've never heard of an Excel 'Lite' version for mobiles, do you have a link?
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    Re: Vba macro

    Quote Originally Posted by Norie View Post
    Shozib

    As far as I'm aware macros won't work on mobile/tablet - there's certainly no option to run/view them when I open a macro-enabled workbook in Excel on my phone.

    Richard

    I've never heard of an Excel 'Lite' version for mobiles, do you have a link?
    Hi Norie,

    Sorry for the confusion, I was using the term 'lite' in a very general sense to mean any reduction in functionality of an application when used on a different platform.

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    Re: Vba macro

    Alright. Thankyou your for your help.

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    Re: Vba macro

    Quote Originally Posted by Norie View Post
    Shozib

    As far as I'm aware macros won't work on mobile/tablet - there's certainly no option to run/view them when I open a macro-enabled workbook in Excel on my phone.

    Richard

    I've never heard of an Excel 'Lite' version for mobiles, do you have a link?
    Hi Richard,
    Thankyou, for your prompt response.

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    Re: Vba macro

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    Re: Vba macro

    Quote Originally Posted by Norie View Post
    Shozib

    As far as I'm aware macros won't work on mobile/tablet - there's certainly no option to run/view them when I open a macro-enabled workbook in Excel on my phone.

    Richard

    I've never heard of an Excel 'Lite' version for mobiles, do you have a link?
    Oops!
    @Norie,

    Sorry again for the confusion. I realise I missed out an all important DOESN'T in my #2

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