DisplayFullScreen Property of Application Object VBA

DisplayFullScreen Application Property in VBA is used to display Excel screen in full screen mode and hides the application title bar. It has Boolean value either True or False. When the value is true the Excel screen in full screen mode. Please find the syntax and examples in the following chapter.

PREMIUM TEMPLATES LIMITED TIME OFFER

ON SALE80% OFF

50+ Project Management Templates Pack
Excel PowerPoint Word

Advanced Project Plan & Portfolio Template
Excel Template

Business Presentations Templates Pack
PowerPoint Slides

20+ Excel Project Management Pack
Excel Templates

20+ PowerPoint Project Management Pack
PowerPoint Templates

10+ MS Word Project Management Pack
Word Templates


DisplayFullScreen Application Property in VBA is used to

VBA DisplayFullScreen Application Property – Syntax

Here syntax for DisplayFullScreen Property of application object in VBA.

Application. DisplayFullScreen

Where DisplayFullScreen as String.
In the above syntax Application represents object and ‘DisplayFullScreen’ is the Property of Application object.

VBA DisplayFullScreen Application Property: Example 1

Please find the below example for ‘DisplayFullScreen’ Property of application object in excel VBA. The below example maximizes the Excel screen.

Sub Appl_Display_FulScrn_Ex1()
'DisplayFullScreen is the property of application object
Application.DisplayFullScreen = True
End Sub

VBA DisplayFullScreen Application Property: Example 2

Please find the below example for ‘DisplayFullScreen’ Property of application object in excel VBA. If the Excel screen is full screen mode, then the below example minimizes or normal Excel screen.

Sub Appl_Display_FulScrn_Ex2()
'DisplayFullScreen is the property of application object
Application.DisplayFullScreen = False
End Sub

VBA DisplayFullScreen Application Property – Instructions

Please follow the below steps to execute the VBA code to save the excel file.
Step 1: Open any existing Excel Application.
Step 2: Press Alt+F11 – This will open the VBA editor window.
Step 3: Insert a code module from then insert menu.
Step 4: Copy the above code and paste in the code module which have inserted in the above step.
Step 5: Now press F5 to execute the above code.
Step 6: Observe the Excel screen windows by running above two macros.

LIMITED TIME OFFER

Leave A Comment


Related pages


vba typeofms access visual basic commandsexcel conditional rangeexcel vba column letterunderstanding vlookupmerging in excellock excel spreadsheetvlookup simple exampleexcel vba vlookup functionunprotect sheetmessage vbavisual basic trim functionpivots excelsql question and answer pdfcomment in vbaradio buttons excelmeeting minutes template excel formatexcel macros not workingvba cellsfileformat vbams excel templatesexcel activeworkbookadvanced excel macros examplesexcel vba displayexcel line chart templateselseif excelchr function in vbadcl in sql serversas basics tutorialwhere to find developer tab in excel 2010vba access export to excelwhile loop vbaprotect worksheetexcel macro activecellvba hourvlook up function in excelvba interior colorindexunprotect excel workbook onlineexcel drop down macroexcel cell mergehow to open xlsm file in excel 2003append tables in excelexcel vba activex controlsvba coding in excel for beginnersundo macro excelhow to declare public variable in vbahow to print cells in excelmerge two columns in excel 2010dml dcloutlook vba codedisplay message box vbaxls to xml conversionexcel vba read fileunprotect the excel sheetdata analysis for dummieshow to calculate the difference between two dates in excelvba check for nullexcel copy macromacro coding in excelmsgbox examplevlookup sampleexcel formula columnadodb connection providerexcel lookup table tutorialvlookup explanationvba code examples for excelmsgbox vbokonlyvba deleteproject timelines excelpassword protecting excel 2007instr function in vbapassword protect an excel workbookdashboards in excel