Change Excel Titlebar

Todd Bardoni

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I know I've seen it before on this board, but after about an hour and a half of looking I can't find how to change the Excel Title bar. Please help. Thanks.
 

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Mudface

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Do you mean something like this, for the active workbook: -

ActiveWindow.Caption = "TBardoni's Text"
 

Todd Bardoni

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Man, I was so close but yet so far...that's what I need...thanks.

I've got to study my VBA more...
 

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