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    MZ-Tools

    Many years ago I used MZ-Tools 3.0, but I notice it is no longer free due to its been upgraded to 8.0.

    Anybody have any other tools they use like MZ-Tools, but free?
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    Re: MZ-Tools

    Years ago, I used ASAP, dont know if that is similar?
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    Re: MZ-Tools

    Are you running 32 or 64 bit version of Xl?

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    Re: MZ-Tools

    May be one or combination of below?

    Rubberduck - I've used this in the past, when I used to code quite a bit in VBA. Convenient refactoring, indentation etc.
    http://rubberduckvba.com/

    SourceTree - For version tracking. Used in conjunction with GitXL
    https://www.sourcetreeapp.com/
    https://www.xltrail.com/git-xl

    Alternately, using Visual Studio Code as external IDE, use VSCode VBA extension. It will give proper syntax highlighting along with other tools that comes native to Visual Studio Code.
    You can combine it with Rubberduck's bulk import/export functionality.

    Personally I'd also recommend looking into xlWings. Python integration with Excel.
    https://www.xlwings.org/
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    Re: MZ-Tools

    Quote Originally Posted by Fluff13 View Post
    Are you running 32 or 64 bit version of Xl?
    Hi Fluff,

    64 bit

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    Re: MZ-Tools

    In that case the old MZ-tools 3.0 won't work as it doesn't support 64bit.

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    Re: MZ-Tools

    Quote Originally Posted by CK76 View Post
    May be one or combination of below?
    Hi CK,

    Thank you. I will look into these.

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