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VBAProject (Insert Visio Button.XLS)

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I'm working with macros and this file: VBAProject (Insert Visio Button.XLS) is always there, even if no sheet is opened.  So how do I actually open this xls sheet?  Or is it hidden, or is it not a sheet at all?  Maybe it's only on my computer?  More of a curiosity than anytthing..
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Hi,

When you install Visio you get the option of adding a visio button into excel...

I am not sure if it needs to be there all the time, the best way to check is to look at your references and add-ins menus and see if anything is refering to the visio file...

If it is remove the reference, close excel and reopen it...

Check Excel and visio both still work...

If not reselect the reference or add-in..

Hope this helps

Frazer
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