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How to reset the defined filters of the msoFileDialogFilePicker

How to reset the defined filters of the msoFileDialogFilePicker

(OP)
I'm using the code below inside a WORD macro.
When I try to run another macro opening another filetype the selection is restricted to the xls-files defined in the previous macro
How do I reset the filters of the msoFileDialogFilePicker at the end of the macro ?

CODE

Dim fd As FileDialog

' select excel-file
Set fd = Application.FileDialog(msoFileDialogFilePicker)
    fd.Title = "Selecting Excel Result File"
    fd.InitialFileName = ExcelResultDir
    fd.InitialView = msoFileDialogViewList
    fd.Filters.Clear
    fd.Filters.Add "Excel-files", "*.xls*"
    fd.FilterIndex = 1
    fd.ButtonName = "Choose &This file"
    If fd.Show <> -1 Then
        MsgBox "Macro stopped without selecting a Excel Result File"
        Exit Sub
    End If 

RE: How to reset the defined filters of the msoFileDialogFilePicker

You can just add a

CODE

fd.Filters.Clear 
right before your Exit Sub and before your End Sub.

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RE: How to reset the defined filters of the msoFileDialogFilePicker

(OP)
Thanks, I'll try that.

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