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Hide Method

office 365 dev account|Last Updated: 6/12/2017
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Hides an object but doesn't unload it. Syntaxobject. Hide The object placeholder represents anobject expression that evaluates to an object in the Applies To list. If object is omitted, the UserForm with thefocus is assumed to be object. Remarks When an object is hidden, it's removed from the screen and its Visible property is set to False. A hidden object's controls aren't accessible to the user, but they are available programmatically to the running application, to other processes that may be communicating with the application through Automation, and in Windows, to Timer control events. When a UserForm is hidden, the user can't interact with the application until all code in the event procedure that caused the UserForm to be hidden has finished executing. If the UserForm isn't loaded when the Hide method is invoked, the Hide method loads the UserForm but doesn't display it.

Example

The following example assumes two UserForms in a program. In UserForm1's Initialize event, UserForm2 is loaded and shown. When the user clicks UserForm2, it is hidden and UserForm1 appears. When UserForm1 is clicked, UserForm2 is shown again.

' This is the Initialize event procedure for UserForm1
Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()
    Load UserForm2
    UserForm2.Show
End Sub
' This is the Click event of UserForm2
Private Sub UserForm_Click()
    UserForm2.Hide
End Sub

' This is the click event for UserForm1
Private Sub UserForm_Click()
    UserForm2.Show
End Sub
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