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I am opening an excel 2000 workbook in VB6 and I need it to run an macro on open?

Posted on 2004-08-30
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How do I do this?  I have it set for Auto_Open and that doesn't work.  Workbook_open didn't work either.  The macro I need to open refreshes data from data sources.
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Question by:sjmmajor
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Kickstart the macro yourself.
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Dim XL As Object
Set XL = CreateObject("excel.Application")
With XL.Application
    XL.Visible = True
    XL.Run "Your_Macro_Name_Here"
    XL.Quit
End With

Set XL = Nothing
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It worked!!  Thanks
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