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    Code Indenter + (more)

    Found the site below today, downloaded free "smart indenter" (plus some other things) - the indenter's just so fast and easy - you can also specify your own preferences for it. Excellent!

    The site is "Office Automation Ltd. - Stephen Bullen's Home Page"

    Link >> http://bmsltd.ie/Excel/SBXLPage.asp


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    Yeah that site is pretty good.
    I plundered it a while back.

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    Yeah, I certainly think it's worth adding to the VBAX resources (had a quick look but didn't see it there) :smoking:

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    bmsltd has probably the best compilation of free addins on the web. Name Manager and Find Links in particular are pearlers

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    Great, now I can barely recognize my excel, . So many addins that its gotting a greater tool,
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    FindLink is definitely exellent. Mark007 also has an Indenter (VBA) on his website. It would be nice to link to that site, although I do not know Stephen.

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    Stephen co-authored Excel2000/2 Programmers Reference published by Wrox. This book is IMHO the best book you can buy on Excel VBA programming.

    Thanks for the plug Zack. My indenter is a quick and ready tool but it works!

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    Look forward to an upcoming little write up by Stephen himself, as he has been selected as the next Cell Master?.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark007
    Stephen co-authored Excel2000/2 Programmers Reference published by Wrox. This book is IMHO the best book you can buy on Excel VBA programming.

    Thanks for the plug Zack. My indenter is a quick and ready tool but it works!

    I ordered the successor yesterday.

    See http://www.bookpool.com/sm/0321262506.

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    You'll have to let us know what you think of it, Howard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firefytr
    You'll have to let us know what you think of it, Howard.
    Received book today.

    Looks good, as far as subject matter is concerned, but I've not read it.

    Alas, NAV issues false positive virus warning when I try to use the accompanying CD. I've informed the publisher and the authors.

    No reason to auto play anyway, just copy all the files, other than the autoplay stuff and "naughty" .js, to a drive (only about 20MB of files).

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    I just found another link to a very handy little tool by Stephen Bullen hidden away on Chip Pearsons site. It's GREAT to fine-tune control design etc on userforms > http://www.oaltd.co.uk/DLCount/DLCou...ETools2000.exe
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