Excel - VBA Workbook Open Function

Asked By Tim on 19-May-10 03:22 PM
A reply to another post said "Open the VBA code page for ThisWorkbook and
enter the following into the Workbook Open function". I have limited
knowledge of programming and could find this function on the VBA page.

How do I put the a line of code into this function?
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TIA

Tim




Gary''s Student replied to Tim on 19-May-10 03:58 PM
Hi Tim:

Private Sub Workbook_Open()
' your code here
End Sub


Because it is workbook code, it is very easy to install and use:

1. right-click the tiny Excel icon just to the left of File on the Menu Bar
2. select View Code - this brings up a VBE window
3. paste the stuff in and close the VBE window

If you save the workbook, the macro will be saved with it.

To remove the macro:

1. bring up the VBE windows as above
2. clear the code out
3. close the VBE window

To learn more about macros in general, see:

http://www.mvps.org/dmcritchie/excel/getstarted.htm

To learn more about Event Macros (workbook code), see:

http://www.mvps.org/dmcritchie/excel/event.htm

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Gary''s Student - gsnu201003
Dave Peterson replied to Tim on 19-May-10 04:08 PM
Open Excel
Open your workbook
Hit alt-F11 to see the VBE
hit ctrl-r to see the project explorer (like windows explorer)
Find your project in that window.

Expand all the objects in that project.

You'll see a ThisWorkbook object (sometime!).

Doubleclick on that and the righthand side should show you the ThisWorkbook code
window.

At the top of that window, you will see two dropdowns.

Choose Workbook from the lefthand side dropdown.
If you do not see:
Private Sub Workbook_Open()
in the code window, then use the righthand side dropdown to choose Open.

Debra Dalgliesh explains how to remove remnants of all macros here:
http://contextures.com/xlfaqMac.html#NoMacros

But the pictures may be useful to you.



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Dave Peterson