(vba) edit module n macro in different access db

im stuck in vba for last 2 days.
I want to perform editing module(s) and macro(s) from different access database(s).

no progress in editing ( find/replace text ) macro,

well this is my code for replacing word in module ( please see attachment )
its only works when in the same database,
but as soon as I add 'Set Dbs = OpenDatabase(dbname) it didnt work

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I want to perform editing(find and replace) module(s) and macro(s) from different access database(s).

no progress in editing ( find/replace text ) macro,

well this is my code for replacing word in module ( please see attachment ) its only works when in the same database,
but as soon as I add 'Set Dbs = OpenDatabase(dbname) it didn't work.


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