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How to force Microsoft Excel application to sit behind all other applications.

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Microsoft OfficeMicrosoft ExcelVisual Basic.NETVB Script
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I had this question after viewing Using VB6 - How to force my application to sit behind all other applications..  I'm want to implement this solution with Microsoft Excel... i.e. always keep my Excel documents on the background.  I'm a newbie when it comes to code... where would I put the code that was suggested by danaseaman in this post and what modifications would I need to make for Excel. Thanks! Kevin
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