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Macro to create Command Button and assign code

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    Macro to create Command Button and assign code

    Attached is a code in progress.

    I am trying to create a workbook that holds the code to create 3 (for now) Command Buttons and their respective codes.

    The purpose is to download my morning report, run the formatting and then apply these 3 command buttons to the new book.

    If my explanation is not clear just ask.

    Thanks!
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    Re: Macro to create Command Button and assign code

    Hello dagindi,

    Have you considered creating a macro enabled template? Recreating the buttons and code seems like copying the workbook. Can't you just create a copy of the workbook?
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    Re: Macro to create Command Button and assign code

    I've never heard of a Macro Enabled Template. I'll look into that. I'm not sure if copying the workbook is the best solution. I'll give it a shot when I get back to my office.

    One thing, this macro is only part of the bigger picture.

    When I receive the raw data, I run a macro before this that reformats data, adds info via lookups etc etc.... Then I would put in the command buttons and other functions and then shoot it off to whomever needs it so I'm not sure if just copying the workbook will work.

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