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Can you use VBA code in this "cloud" office product?

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  • I don't see any developer resources whatsoever. Is this a nerfed version of Office? 

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  • Hi,

    Since we aren't able to assist with development, I will provide you with some very useful links regarding development with Office 365.

    www.microsoft.com/.../details.aspx

    msdn.microsoft.com/.../Office365TrainingCourse

    msdn.microsoft.com/.../hh147180.aspx

    msdn.microsoft.com/.../ee335711.aspx

    blogs.msdn.com/.../a-lap-around-sharepoint-2010-sandboxed-solutions-resource-quotas.aspx

    msdn.microsoft.com/.../sharepoint

    msdn.microsoft.com/.../hh147177.aspx

    All of these are great tools you can use in your development process!

    I hope this helps!  

  • VBA does not work for Cloud apps. If you have Office Pro installed locally, you can develop MS Access databases in the Web template provided and then publish to your Team Sites. MS Access supports VBA if you run the MS Access DB from your local machine, but the cool thing is it syncs the data with your Team Site. If you want Cloud type macros, MS Access 2010 supports something called a Data Macro. It currently has a limited function set compared to VBA, but it is useful.

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