Issue With Vba Code For Mac

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Hi all, I have created some macros and a UserForm in Excel 2010. Since I work in Brazil, I used some latin characters inside my VBA code to change the text in some interface elements. Problem is, my company works with both Macs and PCs. We are running Office 2011 also, which should support VBA. But when I open the file on Excel 2011 for Mac, the UserForm title and the strings encoded inside my VBA Macros have garbled characters. It is a typical case of wrong code page interpretation.

VBA Code problems list (Mac) In this section it will add problems that not need a seperate part on my Mac page. And I not forget them when I add it to my website. You can access the VBA environment in Excel 2011 for Mac by opening the Visual Basic editor. First, be sure that the Developer tab is visible in the toolbar in Excel. The Developer tab is the toolbar that has the buttons to open the VBA editor and create Form Controls like buttons, checkboxes, etc.

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Excel 2010 (Windows) is writing the VBA using one character encoding, but Excel 2011 (Mac) is reading it assuming a different one. Is it possible to coerce the VBA code inside the excel file to be saved as (for example) UTF-8? And read as well? Logitech wireless mouse for mac. Hi Joe, I asked for some help from Microsoft and got below reply: ________________________________________________________ The problem falls between Office, VBA and Mac. The key problem is in this statement here: Since I work in Brazil, I used some latin characters inside my VBA code to change the text in some interface elements Some background: 1.

The Windows VBA IDE only supports typing and displaying characters in the current system locale. Code written in VBA however can store and process stings in Unicode just fine. Characters not in the current code page just cannot be typed or displayed properly in the editor, and the user will see what’s described in the forum. Support for Mac-specific codepages on Windows is spotty, and it would depend on which machine last saved as to what code page was saved with the VBA project. There is no way to get VBA to input and encode data from its UI as UTF-8 on Windows. A couple possible workarounds: (although there may be others) Move the text out of the code into a hidden Excel sheet (which supports Unicode) and then set the values into the form by looking up the value in Excel Store the text in a Unicode text file and load that file using VBA to set the form UI. In both cases, the text will appear garbled in the VBA UI (watch windows), but it should render in the user form correctly.

Questions for the customer: What is their current default system locale in Windows when she saves the project with the strings appearing correctly? (See Language for non-Unicode programs in the Windows “Region and Language” settings) Does setting the text in the form work anyway even though the code does not display corrected in the VBA IDE? Questions for MacBU: What code page would be saved to the VBA project when on a Mac? What code pages does Mac or Mac Office respect and have translation tables for? (This would be in the support data for WideCharFromMultiByte()). Daniel van den Berg Washington, USA 'Anticipate the difficult by managing the easy'.

This entry was posted on 24.12.2017.