Excel Caption

dave3009

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Hi Folks

Just a minor help request. Is it possible to change Excels application caption to read something different from 'Microsoft Excel - book Name.

I looked at script editor but couldn't find anything I could change.

Tried >> Application.Caption. And that didn't work.

Thanks


Dave
 

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Wildcard in VLOOKUP
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execute the macro below:
Code:
Sub Macro1()
Application.Caption = "MicroHard-------------->"
End Sub
 
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Thanks

I didn't try the = sign.

Thank You


Dave
 
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Keep in mind that if you then try to use mail merge with Word, that Word will not be clever enough to find Excel with a changed caption.
 
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