Minimize an excel with userform

Posted on 2011-09-05
Last Modified: 2012-05-12

I have an excel with a userform, but i can't minimize the whole application.
I found on this forum the code
   With Application
     .WindowState = xlNormal
     .Top = 175  '< Adapt/Improve to handle resolutions
     .Left = 250 '< Same
     .Height = 1
     .Width = 1
     UserForm1.Show '< Adapt
     .WindowState = xlMinimized
   End With
but it doesn't work.
What i'am doing wrong?
Question by:sonmic

Expert Comment

ID: 36483148
Did you try with this?

Application.Visible = False
 .Visible = False
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Accepted Solution

Rob Henson earned 500 total points
ID: 36483283
If you set the Form as Show Modal = False, it will minimise with the application.

Rob H

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