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Copying VBA held in 'ThisWorkbook' to a new workbook

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    Copying VBA held in 'ThisWorkbook' to a new workbook

    Hi,
    I have an interesting one:
    - i am creating new workbooks from a master workbook and when i do this i need to also find a way of copying the VBA scripts which are held in 'This WorkBook' section, as it holds Workbook Open () events.

    Has anybody done this?

    any help would be great,
    goodwin

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    Re: Copying VBA held in 'ThisWorkbook' to a new workbook

    Create a template workbook with the VBA code, and use that.

    Copying a workbook with VBA will copy that VBA.

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    Re: Copying VBA held in 'ThisWorkbook' to a new workbook

    Hi thanks for the update.
    I would create a template workbook but each child workbook that i create is slightly different, name etc..
    Thats why i need to copy the vba within Open WorkBook() as park of the workbook creation process.

    Rgds

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    Re: Copying VBA held in 'ThisWorkbook' to a new workbook

    Bob is right.. A proper template requires a name change.
    Hope that helps.

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