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I know that a lot of them support importing spreadsheets from Microsoft Excel but what if the file contains VB code?

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Check out Zoho sheet: http://sheet.zoho.com/vbaobjectexplorer.do and http://vbmacros.wiki.zoho.com/ I haven't experimented with it but they claim some VBA support. Looks interesting.

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I do not know of any that allow you to import the VB code. Google Docs Spreadsheets has added the ability to create scripts. Take a look at this article. Also this page has many more articles on getting started.

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