There’s a certain lack of awareness that comes from a party who hasn’t had a president who passed balanced budget since Eisenhower pretending they’re “fiscally conservative.” But so much of what this GOP pursues seems designed just to inflict pain.
“Gratitude is a lens through which you view the past. Through this lens, you can choose to see all the events in your life as crucial for becoming the person you are, and the person you will be.” – Michael Ellsberg
If you are a fan of Sirachi this is a very good tuna salad recipe.
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|1.||Stir the tuna, mayonnaise, relish, and chile-garlic sauce together in a bowl; serve.|
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I want to create a simple set of macros that I can pass around as an AddIn. When I run it as a Macro in my workbook it’s fine. It doesn’t work as an AddIn.
The AddIn creates a menu item under the AddIns worksheet menu. When I try to call the function from the menu item, I see this error.
"Cannot run the macro FOO. The macro may not be available in this workbook or all macros may be disabled."
All macros are enabled but I can’t figure out how to make the functions from the AddIn show up in either the Macros list or in the AddIn menu I created.
More to come…
Update March 26, 2013, 1:17 PM
I’m making progress. It looks like there might be a name space collision between the AddIns default workbook “ThisWorkbook” and the active documents workbook name “ThisWorkbook.”
I renamed the AddIn Workbook and references that when I called the AddIn function from the AddIn menu and I was able to call the method (AddInName.FOO).