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Now, my question is, how do I turn it off. I have tried
Sub Macro1() Dim shp As Shape Set shp = ActiveSheet.Shapes("Rounded Rectangle 2") With shp.Glow .Radius = 18 .Color.ObjectThemeColor = msoThemeColorAccent1 End With End Sub
but I get a value out of range error. Do I just set the radius to zero? It "works" but seems cheesy. Thanks for the help.
.Color.ObjectThemeColor = msoNotThemeColor
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