From: Bill Dilworth on 13 Dec 2009 09:48
Mel, you seem to be forgetting that .Me is a multi-threaded function.
This may also be because the .Confused object is not read-only, and should
have been set to msoCTrue as part of the initialization sub-routine.
The Me.Hide statement is usually counter productive, since a GUI without the
U isn't serviceable.
I would also suggest refreshing the MyJob app instead of unloading it. In
some cases you may be able to upgrade or update the app, but freeing up
memory by removing critical system apps often leads to major crashes.
"Steve Rindsberg" <abuse(a)localhost.com> wrote in message
> In article <d7afa98c-0d42-4986-8224-
> b530c50c58f7(a)l13g2000yqb.googlegroups.com>, Mel wrote:
>> On Dec 11, 7:21 pm, Steve Rindsberg <ab...(a)localhost.com> wrote:
>> > In article <#aWktsreKHA.2...(a)TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl>, Echo S wrote:
>> > > It will be called SubRoundTuit or similar, right?
>> > Sub StituteKnowledgeForEmptiness()
>> > Sub SumeTheTaoOfRibbon()
>> > Function AllyIlliterateNoMore()
>> Sub StantiateMyNeedForThisBook()
>> Show MyTask
>> Unload MyJob
>> End Sub
> Hee heeeee
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From: Steve Rindsberg on 13 Dec 2009 12:35
> This may also be because the .Confused object is not read-only, and should
> have been set to msoCTrue as part of the initialization sub-routine.
In my copy of PPT, .Confused is a property of the .Me object, one that's read
-only and equates to True. I *hate* these subtle version-specific bugs.
> The Me.Hide statement is usually counter productive, since a GUI without the
> U isn't serviceable.
Ah, but in the new ribbon interface, GUI expands to "Gluey Useless Interface".
Remove the "Useless" and it can only improve things.
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