macro to displyay files

bayguy

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I am looking for a macro to display the files in a specific folder that the user has the option to open. This is similar for the File-Open from the menu bar
 

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JPDO

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Hi,

Have you tried the method GETOPENFILENAME ?

Kind regards
 

stevebausch

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Try this:


application.Dialogs.Item(xlDialogOpen).Show


I am too lazy to explain the optional arguments.
 
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