Excel/VBA adjustment


Hi Tom

I recorded the following macro and assigned it to a button.

Sub fullscreen()
' fullscreen Macro

   Application.DisplayFullScreen = True
End Sub

I have two options.  

Option 1
replace the word "true" with "false" and assign to a new button


Option 2
rewrite the code so that the assigned button will toggle between the "true" or "false" option.

Is option two a relatively straightforward task that you could write for me or would it be more efficient to simply go with option 1?

Thanks in advance

Chris Mitchell

Christopher Mitchell,

Here is a demo from the immediate window
? application.DisplayFullScreen
? Not(application.DisplayFullScreen)

so your code can be

Sub fullscreen()
' fullscreen Macro

   Application.DisplayFullScreen = Not(Application.DisplayFullScreen)
End Sub

and that will toggle.

Tom Ogilvy  
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