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    Hello,

    I'm looking for any recommendations on add ins for Mac Excel 2011 in the vein of PUP or ASAP Utilities.

    I used to have a couple for Mac Excel 2004, but can't track them down in all my Google searches.

    Any guidance is appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Jim

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    For reference, also cross posted at OzGrid

    Sorry, haven't heard of any. If you do come across any, we'd love to hear about them.
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    Ken,

    Thanks. I used to use Mac Excel Expander by Vonixx with Mac Excel 2004. Not as extensive as PUP or ASAP, but had some nice shortcuts. Unfortunately did not work with Mac Excel 2011.

    I'll post here if I do find anything.

    Thanks,
    Jim

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    It's pretty unfortunate that VSTO and VBA don't have a Mac version or a lot of the add-ins we know and love would be available on Mac, too.

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    That's not totally true. Mac has VBA, it's just that the object model for Mac VBA isn't exactly parrallel to Windows VBA in some cases. The issue is generally that the windows developers think Windows first, and don't know about what causes issues on the Mac side (what parts of the code model are different.)
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    i'm looking for it too

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