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Can a hit counter be programed into the Excel file? I know you can do it
under a web page but I would like the counter to be in the file itself.
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Hi Tom,

Have you tried an event macro ? :
Private Sub Workbook_Open()


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Just a thought, but any counter maintained by the workbook_Open event would
need to save the workbook to maintain the count. If the workbook is saved
locally in the cache or tempfiles, then that probably wouldn't work.

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"Carim" wrote:

Hi Tom,

Have you tried an event macro ? :
Private Sub Workbook_Open()


HTH
Cheers
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