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    Arranging the VBA Editor (Office XP)

    This falls under the heading of Annoyances.
    Somewhere along the way - I've changed my layout in the VBA Editor and I can't get it to go back to the installation default. You know, with the Project Explorer and Properties Window along the left side and the Code window taking up the rest of the space.
    Or is there a better way to arrange things and how would I make it "stick"

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    Re: Arranging the VBA Editor (Office XP)

    That's not a new problem in OXP. I've had the same problem in O2k and haven't found a good answer.
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    Re: Arranging the VBA Editor (Office XP)

    Catherine,

    Have a look at one of Legare's satr posts, <!post=Docking Floating Windows in VBE Editor,19683>Docking Floating Windows in VBE Editor<!/post>

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    Re: Arranging the VBA Editor (Office XP)

    Catharine, I'm not sure I followed "Legare's satr posts," but it is really quite easy: if you had two windows docked together on one side of the VBE, then you must undock both of these and dock them together in the middle of the window. This is sometimes hard, because they want to dock to the sides of the VBE instead, so maximize the VBE and make the windows that you want to dock together fairly small. When the windows are docked together, you can move the unit to the side where you want it docked and then adjust the wiper arm between the windows. If this leaves the Watch window clear across the bottom, just pull it off and redock it. HTH --Sam
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