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    I am openning a spreadsheet with a macro. The target spreadsheet has an autoopen macro, which I want to run when opened manually, but not when I open it with a macro. How do I accomplish this. Thanks.

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    I am openning a spreadsheet with a macro. The target spreadsheet has an autoopen macro, which I want to run when opened manually, but not when I open it with a macro. How do I accomplish this. Thanks.

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    I am openning a spreadsheet with a macro. The target spreadsheet has an autoopen macro, which I want to run when opened manually, but not when I open it with a macro. How do I accomplish this. Thanks.

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    I am openning a spreadsheet with a macro. The target spreadsheet has an autoopen macro, which I want to run when opened manually, but not when I open it with a macro. How do I accomplish this. Thanks.

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    I am openning a spreadsheet with a macro. The target spreadsheet has an autoopen macro, which I want to run when opened manually, but not when I open it with a macro. How do I accomplish this. Thanks.

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    I am openning a spreadsheet with a macro. The target spreadsheet has an autoopen macro, which I want to run when opened manually, but not when I open it with a macro. How do I accomplish this. Thanks.

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    I am openning a spreadsheet with a macro. The target spreadsheet has an autoopen macro, which I want to run when opened manually, but not when I open it with a macro. How do I accomplish this. Thanks.

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    I am openning a spreadsheet with a macro. The target spreadsheet has an autoopen macro, which I want to run when opened manually, but not when I open it with a macro. How do I accomplish this. Thanks.

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    Depends. If it IS Auto_open, then a workbooks.Open statement will not run it by default. If it is the Workbook_Open event, put an
    Application.EnableEvents = False
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    Depends. If it IS Auto_open, then a workbooks.Open statement will not run it by default. If it is the Workbook_Open event, put an
    Application.EnableEvents = False
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    Depends. If it IS Auto_open, then a workbooks.Open statement will not run it by default. If it is the Workbook_Open event, put an
    Application.EnableEvents = False
    before the Workbooks.Open statement.
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    Depends. If it IS Auto_open, then a workbooks.Open statement will not run it by default. If it is the Workbook_Open event, put an
    Application.EnableEvents = False
    before the Workbooks.Open statement.
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    Depends. If it IS Auto_open, then a workbooks.Open statement will not run it by default. If it is the Workbook_Open event, put an
    Application.EnableEvents = False
    before the Workbooks.Open statement.
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    Depends. If it IS Auto_open, then a workbooks.Open statement will not run it by default. If it is the Workbook_Open event, put an
    Application.EnableEvents = False
    before the Workbooks.Open statement.
    Jan Karel Pieterse
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    Depends. If it IS Auto_open, then a workbooks.Open statement will not run it by default. If it is the Workbook_Open event, put an
    Application.EnableEvents = False
    before the Workbooks.Open statement.
    Jan Karel Pieterse
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