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Displaying a user form automatically in excel

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Is it possible when I open my applicatin in excel using vba I can get it to automatically display a user form? i.e. initially display a splash screen which will then display a main menu for the system.  In the visual basic editor window if I wish to run the user forms I have to press play and even when i do that it asks me what macros id like to run, however all my macros are invoked within subs.

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Natalie
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Private Sub Workbook_Open()
UserForm1.Show
End Sub
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Spot On!! Thankyou DragonTooth
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