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Code to get folder name crashes 64-bit Excel 2013 in Windows 8.1

The basic code in the attached file has worked perfectly for years to return a selected folder name. However, it crashes the 64-bit version of Excel 2013 in Windows 8.1.  Any ideas on how to resolve?
GetFolder-test.xls
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Nick67Commented:
I'll go sideways.
That sure is a passel of API code to do stuff you don't need API for.
Have a look at the button and code in the returned sample
Why use API when you've got VBA objects to do the job?
GetFolder-test.xls
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bishop3000Author Commented:
Works great, thank you!
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Nick67Commented:
The file dialog has a .InitialFileName property
You can aim the dialog to open in a specific spot if so desired.
It will open to 'My Documents' if no default is specified.

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