Importing a Word document with VBA macrons into transit
Thread poster: Tom Müller

Tom Müller
Germany
New user
Spanish to German
+ ...
Jun 4

Dear community,

I would like to import a document that contains a macro. This macro contains text as well. When I import this document into Transit - are those texts coming from the macro also imported?

Thanks in advance for your help.


 
Nope Jun 4

Nope.
You need to extract the manually.


 

Hans Lenting  Identity Verified
Netherlands
Member (2006)
German to Dutch
Why don’t you try? Jun 4

Tom Müller wrote:

Dear community,

I would like to import a document that contains a macro. This macro contains text as well. When I import this document into Transit - are those texts coming from the macro also imported?

Thanks in advance for your help.


My guess: no this macro text won’t be imported.

Workaround: Press Alt+F8, select the macro to translate, in the VB editor select everything between Sub macro name and End Sub, press Ctrl+C. Paste the macro text into a new Word (or plain text) document. Etc.




[Edited at 2018-06-05 06:10 GMT]


 


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