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I was trying to set a vba function that changes the color of a hyperlink when it links to a non existing file. For that, I got the following code on a standard module.

Function FileExist(path As String) As Boolean
    If Dir(path) <> vbNullString Then FileExist = True
End Function

Then I used said function as a conditional formatting for the cells I wanted and it worked as intended.I then saved the file as a macro enabled workbook and closed the program.

When i reopened it, it stopped working. the function was returning false for every imput. The only way i got it to work again was by going to "save as" and saving it again as macro enabled and then refreshing the whole thing .

I verified the trust center and even set to "enable all macros", still it would not work after i reopened the file unless I did the procedure mentioned before.

I have no idea what could be the problem, so i'd appreciate any help. Thanks in advance.

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  • Where does the macro reside? PERSONNAL.XLSB? Nov 7, 2018 at 19:30

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kinda solved it. The problem was that i was verifying local paths with the function. When i opened the file, it didn't manage to find the local path. When i saved it, tho, it was able to recover the file directory and the function started to work again. When i set a remote path, it worked full time.

thanks for the attention

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