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Switching Windows in a Macro in Excel

There are a few different ways to switch windows in a macro in Excel. One way is to use the Windows() function. This function takes two arguments: the first is the name of the window you want to switch to, and the second is a Boolean value that specifies whether you want to bring the window to the front (TRUE) or not (FALSE). For example, the following code would switch to a window named "MyWindow":

Windows("MyWindow").Activate

If you want to bring the window to the front, you would use:

Windows("MyWindow").Activate True

Another way to switch windows in a macro is to use the Application.Window property. This property returns a Window object, which has an .Activate method that you can use to bring the window to the front. For example:

Application.Window("MyWindow").Activate

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