Can only see VBA Project Explorer or other view at 1 time

Jeep56

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:eek: Embarrassing question.

I was seeing my project explorer to the left and my code to the right. I'm not sure what I've done but I can only see one "view" at at time. i.e. view code, view properties window. I've spend mega time on learning to code but I guess I'd better learn the menu bars, tools etc as well.
Can anyone tell me what I've done and how to fix it?
 

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ZAX

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Did you try dragging it??
I mean to click on the blue title bar and move it all the way down until it's smaller,Then move it again to the left side of the code viewer.
ZAX
 

Jeep56

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I Tried that. I've dragged the project explorer to the left. I looks like I have to open each module and drag to size and place to right. Not sure how I did this . Thanks for helping
 

ZAX

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I Tried that. I've dragged the project explorer to the left. I looks like I have to open each module and drag to size and place to right. Not sure how I did this . Thanks for helping
Again,Click on the blue title bar and move it all the way down until it's smaller,Then move it again to the left,Then make sure the code window is maximized.
After you've done this and the window looks like you like,Close the VBA window and each time you open it again,It will show up to you as you like!
Hope this works for you,And if it doesn't,You better show us a snap shot of how the VBA window looks!
ZAX
 

jcdv1

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Again,Click on the blue title bar and move it all the way down until it's smaller,Then move it again to the left,Then make sure the code window is maximized.
After you've done this and the window looks like you like,Close the VBA window and each time you open it again,It will show up to you as you like!
Hope this works for you,And if it doesn't,You better show us a snap shot of how the VBA window looks!
ZAX

Right click on the Project View, then select Dockable. That's it.
 

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