Delete Range on save/open

David0079

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Hey Everyone, I have a range of cells which I would like to be blank when a workbok is opened. I currently have some code in 'thisworkbook' which blanks them but you still see them as the sheet is activated. How can I make sure you can't see them when its opened? Is there a way to blank them on Save?
Thanks all, Dave
 

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ADAMC

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When you say blank them do you mean delete them?

Instead of using Workbook open, use workbook before save event:
something like:

Code:
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeSave(ByVal SaveAsUI As Boolean, Cancel As Boolean)
Range("A1:A10").Delete
End Sub
 

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