Non modal forms in Excel Vba

Can I have non modal forms in excel?
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billd1Commented:
Yes.  The code I have is lengthy and a bit elaborate to explain.  If you have email I can send you a sample file with the code.
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tureCommented:
mdanny,

This is possible without any tricks in Excel 2000, just by using a parameter when showing the form. Like this:

UserForm1.Show True
or
UserForm1.Show False

For Excel 97, you need to use techniques like the ones Stephen Bullen explains on his excellent web site:

http://www.bmsltd.co.uk/Excel/Default.htm

Ture Magnusson
Karlstad, Sweden
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NoggyCommented:
ture - That Web site is good. Thanks for that tip :-)
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mdannyAuthor Commented:
Thanks Ture.Your comment deserves the points
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tureCommented:
Thanks, mdanny!

/Ture
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