is the a reverse to appactivate

chrisbrocco

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I use:

appactivate ("windowtitle")

to set focus to a particular window by its titile name

is it possible to deactivate / close a window by a similar method

something like:

appDEactivate ("windowtitle")
 

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Norie

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Is this actually an Excel question?
 

Norie

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Well could you expand more on what you mean.

Why are you using AppActivate in the first place?

What 'App' are you activating?

What 'App' do you want to deactivate?
 

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