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compile error: expected identifier

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    compile error: expected identifier

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    whenever i try to add this into my module i get the compiler error message. what do i need to do to be able to add this? i have put 2 other subs in this project and they both work fine...im confused as to how i go about adding additional macros. can anybody shed some light?

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    Re: compile error: expected identifier

    You cant name it Call because Call is a vba command to make codes run from other codes. Just change the name to Call1 if you want and you will see this error go away.

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    Re: compile error: expected identifier

    i renamed it something else and it works now so i guess i just want use the sub "call" anymore

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    Re: compile error: expected identifier

    well i guess that answers my question. thanks for explaining why

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    Re: compile error: expected identifier

    No problem, glad to help.

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