Run Macro on Opening File (Split from Access thread)

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Joe4

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Where again do you find this "startup"?
Take a look at ElBenno's second post:
No need to worry i found the function under Tools > Startup > Display Form.
Also note, this is the Access we are talking about, not Excel (this is the Access forum)!
If you want to do it in Excel, you will need to create a User Form, and have it called with a Workbook_Open Event Procedure.
 

pellacad

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I'm using Excel...

My apologies...I thought I was in an Excel forum...

But my question stands...how do I execute a VBA macro when my Excel file opens?

Thanks Denis!
 

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