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VbaModuleType Enumeration

Specifies the type of a model in a VBA project.

Namespace:  Aspose.Words
Assembly:  Aspose.Words (in Aspose.Words.dll) Version: 20.2
Syntax
public enum VbaModuleType
Members
  Member nameValueDescription
DocumentModule0 Specifies a module that extends a document module.
ProceduralModule1 Specifies a procedural module.
ClassModule2 Specifies a class module.
DesignerModule3 Specifies a designer module.
Examples
Shows how to create a VbaProject from a scratch for using macros.
Document doc = new Document();

// Create a new VBA project
VbaProject project = new VbaProject();
project.Name = "Aspose.Project";
doc.VbaProject = project;

// Create a new module and specify a macro source code
VbaModule module = new VbaModule();
module.Name = "Aspose.Module";
// VbaModuleType values:
// procedural module - A collection of subroutines and functions
// ------
// document module - A type of VBA project item that specifies a module for embedded macros and programmatic access
// operations that are associated with a document
// ------
// class module - A module that contains the definition for a new object. Each instance of a class creates
// a new object, and procedures that are defined in the module become properties and methods of the object
// ------
// designer module - A VBA module that extends the methods and properties of an ActiveX control that has been
// registered with the project
module.Type = VbaModuleType.ProceduralModule;
module.SourceCode = "New source code";

// Add module to the VBA project
doc.VbaProject.Modules.Add(module);

doc.Save(ArtifactsDir + "Document.CreateVBAMacros.docm");
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