Microsoft Office 2016 – New Visual Basic Editor Features Now On Mac
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Today we will highlight a new feature released by Microsoft for Office 2016. Exclusively for those of you who own a Macbook or iMac computers.
According to this official Office blog post, the 2016 October update for Office 2016 for Mac now offers new Visual Basic Editor features.
Visual Basic Editor features come to Office 2016 for Mac
“A lot of developers asked for improvements to the overall Visual Basic Editor (VBE) on Office 2016 for Mac, and we’re pleased to deliver several top customer requests. You now have the ability to Add Modules from within the Project Viewer, Add Library References using a Dialog and use shortcut keys for debugging. We also recently added two new commands to the Visual Basic object model for Mac: GrantAccessToMultipleFiles and AppleScriptTask and a new conditional, MAC_OFFICE_VERSION.”
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