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When you make changes to your Personal Macro Workbook and then hide it again, you normally have to quit Microsoft Excel to save the changes you made. The sample Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications macro in the "More Information" section of this article allows you to hide and save the changes made in your Personal Macro Workbook without exiting Microsoft Excel.
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To Create the MacroType the following into a Visual Basic module sheet in your Personal Macro Workbook:
To Use the Macro
Article ID: 141576 - Last Review: August 17, 2005 - Revision: 2.1
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