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Displaying a message in taskbar that a macro is running.

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I used to do this in the old equals code...  how do I do this in the VBA world.  I would like it to say  "Macro running, please wait"  then when it is done remove it.   -R-
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Question by:RWayneH
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At the start of the macro:

Application.StatusBar = "Macro Running"

At the end of the macro:

Application.StatusBar = False

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Rob H
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Thanks. -R-
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