Excel Screen Size changes when I run some macros

mikemcbain

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I am running Excel 365 and I have many spreadsheets most with macros. Some with many macros and VBA code.

Suddenly a few weeks ago a number of spreadsheets began acting peculuarly when I run one more macros in them.

They switch to a smaller screen size and the finished screen ends up smaller and I have to click to maximise it to full screen again.

I have tried re-saving them in the full screen position and they open up OK next time but then when I run a macro they revert smaller.

Just annoying but if anyone has had this same problem or can fix it I would be grateful.

Old Mike.
 

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bobsan42

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Can you visualize what you mean?
Maybe something in the code is changing the window size?
 

mikemcbain

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bobsan42

When I began looking for examples I stumbled over a staisfactory work around!
When my macro's get to the point where they create a smaller screen size if I hit Esc and then stretch the screen back to full size and do a save then run it again all is normal again.
So thank you for your interest but I will not trouble you on this one and mark it solved.

With thanks

Old MIke.
 
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