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Short Take: Microsoft signs up Visual Basic software vendors

Microsoft has signed up an additional software vendors to use its Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macro language, bringing the total number of licensees to 103. The company said new licensees include Dow Jones, Great Plains Software, and McAfee Associates. VBA is used by independent software makers as a customization language included with packaged software applications.

Microsoft has signed up an additional software vendors to use its Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macro language, bringing the total number of licensees to 103. The company said new licensees include Dow Jones, Great Plains Software, and McAfee Associates. VBA is used by independent software makers as a customization language included with packaged software applications.