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dsundy2003
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xlDialogOpen

Hi

I have seacjed the site for an answer, but ot looks like noone covers it.
Simply, I want to use the xlDialogOpen method of the dialogs object.
I want it to default to my "X:\" drive, with file types of *.csv.

I cant seem to get that to work. I put those in the arguments after the statement, but no go ?

Any suggestions ?
Am I being daft ? icon_rolleyes.gif

Post Fri Sep 19, 2003 1:29 pm 
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Juan Pablo González
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Re: xlDialogOpen

Try using

Application.GetOpenFileName

is much easier to control, and more powerful too.
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