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You may need a workbook to always open to a specific view or location on a sheet, or possibly just change the view from a macro. You can do this by using the ScrollRow and ScrollColumn.
Used to programmatically scroll a spreadsheet vertically. This example will scroll a spreadsheet to row 5.
ActiveWindow.ScrollRow = 5
Used to programmatically scroll a spreadsheet horizontally. This example will scroll a spreadsheet to column 5.
ActiveWindow.ScrollColumn = 5
AutoScroll to Certain Row & Column On Workbook Open
And placing the following code in a module will always scroll a workbook’s Sheet1 to row 5 and column 5 if macros are enabled upon opening:
Sub auto_open() Sheet1.Activate ActiveWindow.ScrollColumn = 5 ActiveWindow.ScrollRow = 5 End Sub
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