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    Merge .xla and .xlsm file



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    Hi Everyone,

    I am newbie to VBA programming.
    I got two files .XLA and .XLSM files.

    In .xla file, all the code exists which is called from .xlsm action.

    To make this work, i have to copy both files in to same folder on any machine. If .xla is missing, nothing works.

    I want to merge xla file into xlsm so that i need not worry of xla file.

    Has anyone done this before.

    Appreciate if someone can help on this.

    Please let me know if you need more information.

    Thanks in Advance.

    Regards,
    Ven

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    HI,
    I haven't got a solution yet.
    Could someone advise, if this is really possible? If it isn't, i will let my team know.

    Regards,
    Ven

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    I waited for answer for few days. Since, i didn't get the answer, i tried by posting in other forums. Btw, can you answer my query?
    I cannot wait for months by posting in only one forum.
    I will close this thread once i got my answer from any other forum. I won't waste your time, even after receiving an answer.

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    I am redesigning the workbook, which solved the purpose of my post here. So, I am closing this thread now.

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