One Workbook One Set of Macros All Mixed Up

birkoff99

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Nov 11, 2003
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I had to rename a workbook with an attached group of macros.
Now, whenever I open the new workbook, it also opens the old
workbook. What'd I do wrong?

I don't want the new workbook associated with the old one, but
want the macros.

Birkoff
 

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shajueasow

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Hi,
Try keeping your macros in the PERSONAL.xls. As PErsonal.xls is active with all workbooks, you can get your macros irrespective of the workbook.
 
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