From https://analystcave.com/vba-the-vba-type/ “VBA does not allow you to create subfolders in your VBA Project”
The VBA addin Rubberduck http://rubberduckvba.com/ thankfully solves that issue using annotations. I.e. can add folders and subfolders by using a comment eg ‘@Folder(“Folder Name.SubFolder Name. etc”)
Ok back to reading the Types versus Classes as deciding which one is more appropriate, it’s tempting to push Types into classes.
Hi Mark thanks for pointing out, I think it makes sense to call-out Rubberduck as it does have a lot of cool features OOTB. Might summarize some articles on interesting AddIns out there