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    VBA code returns #VALUE under Excel 2016 64-bit...

    Is there a version of this that works with Excel 2016 64-bit? I copied the VBA code, but even the test case of =GetName("Windows") returns a #VALUE result.

    I'm not a VBA guy, so I don't really know what would need changed.
    Thanks, in advance.

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