2013-10-12, 19:02 #1
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Windows 8, Excel: Double-click in touch screen
I'm using a macro-heavy spreadsheet on a Windows 8 tablet. I have code that should run as a result of the BeforeDoubleclick event. It works when I use the attached keyboard, and everything else seems to work by the touch-screen, but double-clicking direcly on the screen won't make the event fire.
I've never really used Windows 8 before today. Is there some setting to make the screen more sensitive to clicking?
Or, back in VBA, is there a better event to use for tapping on the screen? The whole point of this spreadsheet is to use it without the keyboard.
In case it makes a difference: I'm using a Samsung tablet but will soon have access to a MS Surface Pro.
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