How to hide top tool-bar/menu with VBA

behedwin

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How can i hide the top toolbar in excel 2016 with VBA?
I dont want to run it in full-screen. That makes users scared :p

but i just want to minimize/hide the top-menu/toolbar when a excel-file is opened and restore it when it is closed.
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lrobbo314

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Either of these lines of code should do the trick. Then you can call the sub with the workbook_open event.

VBA Code:
Sub HideRibbon()
'CommandBars.ExecuteMso "HideRibbon"
CommandBars.ExecuteMso "MinimizeRibbon"
End Sub
 

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