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    Workbook not opening on first page

    My workbook always opened on the first or main sheet. For some reason now whenever I open my workbook it opens at the last opened sheet just briekly before switching to the first sheet.
    Can anyone help me figure this out as to why?
    I have attched a copy of the workbook so you can see what I mean and should it be needed the password for all sheets is alskling.

    Many thanks.

    Alan
    Last edited by AlanWade; 2014-05-13 at 05:24.

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    Whatever I try (closing workbook with different sheets selected, saving changes, etc.), the workbook keeps opening on the first 'UPS' sheet.

    I'm using Excel 2010.

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    I dont understand it Rick. It worked fine up until yesterday and now whichever sheet I have opened at the point of closing down is where it will startup albeit only for a few seconds. I am using Excel 2013 but that shouldnt make a difference though.
    Thanks for trying.

    Alan

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    I have tracked down the cause although I dont know the reasoning behind it. I have a copy of the workbook on the desktop and when I click on that the above symptems occur. If I open excel first then point to the workbook it opens as it should do.
    Confused!!!!!!
    Last edited by AlanWade; 2014-05-10 at 18:26.

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