|Subject:||Re: Macro Command to Exit|
|Posted by:||Chip Pearson (ch…@cpearson.com)|
|Date:||Mon, 1 Jan 2007|
If by "exit the workbook" you mean close the file, use something like
No need to prompt the user to be sure to save the file. The code above will
save the file before closing, taking the decision whether to save out of the
hands of the user.
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"Zainuddin Zakaria" <sal…@tm.net.my> wrote in message
> Hi again,
> This is related to the question below.
> Dave Peterson has kindly responded to that and it works.
> Thanks, Dave.
> My next question is how to exit the workbook (file) since there is no MENU
> bar again. I would like to have Macro command to do that (Exit) with a
> warning message to save first.
> Please help ... Thank you.
> Zainuddin Z
> "Dave Peterson" <peters…@verizonXSPAM.net> wrote in message
>> One way is to just show the File|Save as dialog.
>> Option Explicit
>> Sub testme()
>> End Sub
> "Zainuddin Zakaria" <sal…@tm.net.my> wrote in message
>> Hi all,
>> I have hidden the MENU BAR using a macro command on purpose.
>> For the user to 'save/save as' his work, I plan to have a button on that
>> worksheet. The user can open the FILE menu, using that button when
>> pressed. Can someone suggest a macro command for that button to work the
>> way I plan it to be if it is possible.
>> Thank you so much.
>> Zainuddin Z
Macro Command to Exit posted by Zainuddin Zakaria on Tue, 2 Jan 2007