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Old March 31st, 2006, 10:43 PM
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When using VBA from Excel or Word, I am no longer able to highlight an object (e.g. textbox), right click, and select Properties and get anything. I am unable to see the properties window at all. Everything else seems to work.

I tried reinstalling VBA, but that didn't help.

Any ideas will be MUCH appreciated.

Gary


 
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I found it !

Somehow I had shrunk the properties window to next to nothing so it was on the left side of the VBA window. When I drug the right border to the right it made the window "appear"

silly me.






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