The add-in is being prepared ready for the next full release. Which means webpage edits and screenshot changes galore as I’ve moved from Office 2013 as my main development tool to Office 2016. If you’ve tried any of the beta versions out, you will have noticed that the screenshots in the manual are now based on the newer version of Office.
From its early days of just being a collection of unlinked single functions carved into an ever bulging Normal.dotm file, through to what you have now: a full GUI-based system which lots (and lots) of functions.
It’s been two years of on/off development for the add-in. The first post on this blog was written back in August 2014, but the coding of the ‘GUI-based version’ had started in earnest a month or so before-hand.
I’ll sort out a proper “What’s New” post on the day of release so that those who haven’t downloaded any beta versions before will be fully aware. The list of bug fixes is large as well, but I’ll leave that detail in the manual as wouldn’t want to bore anyone with that.
After these two years, I’m happy to say that this add-in is still 100% free – and that includes the fully commented source code.