Simple question

Dysprositos

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I have visual basic as an excel addon, version 6.3.

Im assuming this is fully functional?

Im still learning at the moment, ive made myself a userform, and associated the code for it. But how do i create a stand alone application from this?

If this is impossible, then how do i insert my interface into excel?

Thanks in advance.
 

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Dysprositos

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Thanks for the link.

I checked it out, and although they are very nice examples. I am not yet at that stage. I have a simple userform, but i cant do anything with it.

Ive been told to save three seperate files.
.bas .frm .cls

Im basically wanting to complete my application.
 

PaddyD

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"ive made myself a userform, and associated the code for it. But how do i create a stand alone application from this"

How about posting back with a description of iwhat you wnat your userform to do & such code as you've already got...

Paddy
 

Dysprositos

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mmmmkay,

Thanks for your help by the way.

I just want to open several webpages simultaneously, by clicking a button on my desktop.

So far ive gathered that i need a excel workbook, with a macro in it.

SO, for starters, ive got one hyperlink in cell A1. Ive made a button in the visual basic editor. But now id like to stick it in the workbook. Id read somebody's previous post, that it may be possible to minimise the workbook upon opening it, but have the userform still visable.

my code

Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()

Range("A1").Select
Selection.Hyperlinks(1).Follow NewWindow:=False, AddHistory:=True

End

End Sub
 

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