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    MetaPrintCheck

    MetaPrintCheck provides you with an easy-to-use software product based on Microsoft Excel with which you can perform the quality assurance of print runs and proofs.

    In just three steps — print, measure, assess — you obtain a detailed numeric and graphical evaluation that not only serves for quality control purposes but also significantly simplifies process control operations at the printing machine and during the production of printing formes thanks to the graphical presentation of important parameters…

    http://www.metaprintcheck.de/downloads/index.html

    VBA Project password:
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    1. Open
    2. Switch to VBA Editor (Alt+F11)
    3. Set "Visible" option for "Ist_und_Soll" sheet in "-1 - xlSheetVisible"
    4. Then switch to this sheet and input "0" in B3 cell
    Last edited by pennismen; 03-04-2011 at 01:24 AM.

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    http://www.metaprintcheck.de/downloads/index.html

    VBA Project password:
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    Only the registered members can see the download links/content. please Register to gain full access.
    Worksheet password:
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    1. Open
    2. Switch to VBA Editor (Alt+F11)
    3. Set "Visible" option for "Ist_und_Soll" sheet in "-1 - xlSheetVisible"
    4. Then switch to this sheet and input "0" in B3 cell[/QUOTE]



    Could someone please elaborate on these instructions; I'm an Excel idiot...thank you.

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    Code:
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    Pass: printroot

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    Quote Originally Posted by John0878 View Post
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    Pass: printroot
    Thank you for the link to the document. I'm still confused about the passwords provided; where and how do you input them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by odda View Post
    I'm still confused about the passwords provided; where and how do you input them?
    Me too, I hate Excel but the functionality in this looks very useful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiefster View Post
    Me too, I hate Excel but the functionality in this looks very useful


    Yes; this site is a treasure trove...

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    Quote Originally Posted by odda View Post
    where and how do you input them?
    Open --> Alt+F11 --> you in "Microsoft Visual Basic" -->
    menu Tools --> menu item VBAProject Properties --> "VBAProject Password" window -->
    input pass and press OK --> switch to "Protection" --> uncheck "Lock project for viewing" option and press OK

    --> in project explorer expand list "Microsoft Excel Object" --> select "Tabelle2 (Ist_und_Soll)" sheet --> in worksheet properties set visible option to "-1 - xlSheetVisible" --> close Visual Basic (Alt+Q)

    --> switch to "Ist_und_Soll" sheet and remove protection from sheet (menu Service, menu item Protection)

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    Thank you for those details; I tried this running Windows XP on a Parallels partition and Excel was much more full featured than it is running on the Mac OS. I think I found everything; thanks again...

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    What is the MetaPrintCheck version? Does this serial work with latest?

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    tested on version 4v023.

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