How did they do this? A Zoom-out-only Graphic overlay

pcsailor

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Hi,

My first post here and it's got us scratching our heads. I even have an Excel guru in the office and this is one we have not seen.

On a worksheet, when zoomed out further than 40%, there is a text-based graphics
overlay on the worksheet. At 39% zoom or lower, it's there, at 40% or above, it's not there.

I've looked at backgrounds, headers, and a few other things without success. Does anyone know who this is done? I've included some screenshots below.









thanks,
Phil
 

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pcsailor

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Wow, so either no one has seen this or this forum is to busy to get noticed? I'd find it hard to believe I stumped this forum on the first question!
Anyone have any ideas?
phil
 

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It might help if we could see your images.
All I see is an image telling you to update your account
 

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That is because Photobucket is no longer free for 3rd party hosting and hasn't been for months, I would suggest looking at another site like Imgur if the OP insists on posting an image rather than an actual file.
 

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There must be a macro or a formula somewhere in the worksheet that is controlling the effect. You will need to post that ... or your workbook (without confidential information) for review.
 

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