Working with VBA Macros
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) for Microsoft Word is a simple but powerful programming language that can be used to extend the functionality. Aspose.Words API provides three classes to get access to the VBA project source code:
- The VBAProject class provides access to VBA project information
- The VBAModuleCollection class returns the collection of VBA project modules
- The VbaModule class provides access to the VBA project module
- The VbaModuleType enumeration defines the types of a model in a VBA project. The module can be a procedural module, document module, class module, or designer module
Create a VBA Project
Aspose.Words also provides users with the ability to read VBA macros.
The following code example shows how to read VBA Macros from the document:
Write or Modify Macros
Using Aspose.Words, users can modify VBA macros.
The following code example shows how to modify VBA Macros using the source_code property:
Clone VBA Project
With Aspose.Words it is also possible to clone VBA projects.
The following code example shows how to clone the VBA Project using the clone property which creates a copy of the existing project:
Clone VBA Module
You can also clone VBA modules if needed.
The following code example shows how to clone the VBA Module using the clone property which creates a copy of the existing project:
Work with the VBA Project References
Aspose.Words API provides VbaReferenceCollection class to work with VBA Project References representing a collection of VBA project references.
The following code example shows how to remove some references from the collection of references from a VBA project: