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Posted on 1998-08-31
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Hi:

I have VBA codes to set all toolbars en menu to invisible.
By accident I leave Excel.  Next time I restart Excel, I got only blank worksheet with nothing on it.  I can not set all toolbars and menus back.  I  have unabled the macros when I start Excel, but it does not work.  Is there Key combination to open VBA IDE and then I can set toolbars and menus back through  Macros.

I want to try register editor. But I do not know how.
help !!!  
thanks


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Hi tubst,
You can use Alt-F11 to open the VBA IDE.

I hope this helps.

Sincerely,
Jason

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