getting rid of the marching ants marquee after copy

ratbags21

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I knwo how to to a Selection.copy. But how do you get rid of the copy marquee? I know its something to do with "CutCopyMode" but i can't remember the proper syntax!

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Norie

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Try this.
Code:
Application.CutCopyMode = False

PS Can you post your code, you could probably avoid the 'ants' in the first place, like I said in the other thread you don't normally need to select.
 

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