Unhide personal macro workbook mac
I am using Excel on a macbook air. When I go to delete a macro I get the following error: Cannot edit macro on a hidden workbook. Unhide the workbook using the unhide command. How can I do this? To unhide a workbook , do the following: In Excel, click the View tab, then click Unhide in the Window group. Twisty Impersonator Twisty Impersonator Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name. Email Required, but never shown. Featured on Meta. Congratulations to our 29 oldest beta sites - They're now no longer beta!
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How to show or unhide the hidden workbooks in Excel?
Linked 0. Related 4. Hot Network Questions. Question feed. Hopefully you can help me out. Thank you. Yes the. Which may be the case when you distribute the. If you could open a Helpdesk ticket and send me your. Hope you can help…. Are you getting this error when you are trying to create the Personal.
After trying to create the Personal. You can try creating a Personal. Can you provide a sample CSV and the code you use for this so I can take a look?
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If you open a Helpdesk ticket you can attach files to that. All other macros are working on all open workbooks. My code from the internet: Split a workbook into multiple workbooks and save in the same folder. Path Application. Sheets xWs. Copy Application. Close False Next Application. Sheets ThisWorkbook refers to the personal workbook, you should change this to point to the active workbook instead. Cheers, Catalin.
Thank you! XLSB again. XLSB at all. If you do click Cancel at this warning, Excel will still open. Hi Philip, Thanks for the article. XLSB in the recent document and open it manually when I need my personal macro.
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Any idea? Cheers, MF. I guess it could be corrupted. You can copy out all the code you want from it, then delete it from your XLStart folder, recreate a new one, then copy the code back into it. Hi Philip, Thanks for your prompt response. I have just tried your suggestion. Forgot to mention: I have Excel installed and the personal.
Nevertheless, both version Excel and coexists for a while. They both opened personal. I have no idea what I have done…. Hi Philip, Thanks so much for your tips. It helps! You are my star!
Create a Personal Macro Workbook PERSONAL.XLSB
I have to keep Excel because there are many branches in my company are still using them… and I need to create some template for them from time to time. Yes I understand re: We respect your privacy. Running The Macros You have a few options here. Seeing the data will make it easier for us to understand your problem and give you an answer. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Comments degropi says: An excel workbook that works on my PC and opens on my notebook, cannot execute my macros on the notebook,. I need two macro which will cater to below requirement.
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Reverse macro to un protect all sheets in one go. XLSB stored? The folder location? Amazing instructions! Many thanks in advance. Hi Burnie, Yes the.
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Cheers Phil. Thanks for the help.
I played with it and was able to figure it out, it just took a while. OK, thanks for letting us know you got it worked out. Hi Terri, Are you getting this error when you are trying to create the Personal. Can you create a new file in there? I have no idea what I have done… Cheers, MF.
Hi MF, Why are you using ver and at the same time? Anyway, your personal. Is your personal. If so, re-enable it. Excel Resources.