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Excel VBA - When creating a new window (so there are multiple windows), make new window  DisplayGridlines=False

AndresHernando
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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
In the View tab of the ribbon I create a New Window.  This window opens with "show gridlines" selected by default.

How can I make the new window  DisplayGridlines=False?

I tried this code in the worksheet VBA page but it doesn't execute since the worksheet is already selected when I create the new window.


Private Sub Worksheet_Activate()

       ActiveWindow.DisplayGridlines = False
   
End Sub
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