Run a macro in another book

twistinginthewind

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I'm sure I'm going to kick myself when i see the answer to this but...

How can i have a macro in one workbook call a macro from another workbook?
 

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Ziggy

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PLace this in the 1st macro...

Application.Run "Book1!Macro1"
 

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