Launch additional workbook on startup

exceldvlpr

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How do I get a particular workbook to launch another work book on startup? I currently have a command button that will do this, but how do I make it so when I open one, the other will automatically open as well and stay in the background (inactive). Here is my current macro associated with the command button that does what I explained above.

Sub launch()

launch Macro
Macro recorded 10/3/2002 by exceldvlpr

ChDir "C:MiscQD Form"
Workbooks.Open Filename:="C:MiscQD FormQD Mnthly Smry.xls"
Windows("QD Form.xls").Activate
Range("C12:P13").Select
End Sub
 

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exceldvlpr

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Wow, I figured it out on my own, sorry for the post, but I was getting frusterated after 2 days.
 

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