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VBA for Ctrl F1

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    VBA for Ctrl F1

    Ctrl F1 , hide ribbons in Excel
    How can I write a VBA to do the same at File Opening ?

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    Re: VBA for Ctrl F1

    How about
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    Re: VBA for Ctrl F1

    Ok, so were I should put this, so when I Open the file, Ribbon will go away ?

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    Re: VBA for Ctrl F1

    Put it in the Workbook open event.

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    Re: VBA for Ctrl F1

    This looks like is Crtl Shitft F1
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    Can I have Crtl F1 only ?

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    Re: VBA for Ctrl F1

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    Re: VBA for Ctrl F1

    It say Object variable with block variable not set

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    Re: VBA for Ctrl F1

    What is your entire code?

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    Re: VBA for Ctrl F1

    I like the answer #5 but could you please create a button
    - if I press once I get ...false (post #5 code)
    - if i press one more time I get it back ....true

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    Re: VBA for Ctrl F1

    You asked for something that would work when you opened the file, not a toggle button.

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    Re: VBA for Ctrl F1

    Yes, but then I realized that with Ctrl Shift F1 , I can not even save the file, all the ribbons are gone !

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    Re: VBA for Ctrl F1

    You don't need any more code, the post#5 is all you need.

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