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How to apply commands to New Window Only, Excel

How to apply commands to New Window Only, Excel

How to apply commands to New Window Only, Excel

Hello everyone:

I have a workbook with 2 worksheets: "Old Tickets" and "Follow up".

What I want to do is, when I click on "Old Tickets" on a ticket number cell, I'd like to show the corresponding "Follow up"s for that ticket in a separate window.

I have attained this, using the NewWindow method, but, if for example I try to hide "Old Tickets" on the new window, the corresponding "Old Tickets" in the original workbook, would also hide.

Is it possible to work with the duplicate as if it was another sheet so the commands I apply in one, don't apply in the other?

Thank you for your help.

RE: How to apply commands to New Window Only, Excel


What's the purpose of this requirement?

You could put the results in a spreadsheet control object in a UserForm.

Will the user interact with these results?


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for a NUance!tongue

RE: How to apply commands to New Window Only, Excel

Thank you for your response, Skip.

Each row in my "Old Tickets" sheet has many corresponding rows in the "Follow up" sheet.
"Follow up" rows have many columns.

The idea is to be able to navigate in "Old Tickets" rows and simoultaniously browse in corrsponding "Follow up"s rows.

As for your suggestion on the UserForm, is there a way to place a spreadsheet or table in it?

Thank you for your help.

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