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Old 11-28-2014, 01:35 PM
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Default vba editor - how to toggle the continuous display of all macros in a module

I work on two different Windows 7 computers. Both computers are running Office 2010. When I run Word and open the vba editor, the display looks different on the two computers.



Computer A: All macros within a module are displayed as one long window of code. I can scroll up or down the window. Specifically, I can see the transition between two adjacent macros in the module so that the last few lines of one macro and the first few lines of the next module are on the screen at the same time.

Computer B: All macros within a module are displayed as if there is a page break between macros. When I scroll to the end of one macro and then continue scrolling, the screen jumps suddenly to the top of the next macro. The two adjacent macros are never on the screen at the same time.

Sometimes I find the behavior of Computer A to be more convenient, and at other times, the behavior of Computer B is more convenient. I would like to toggle between the two ways to configure or set the vba editor, but I don't know how. For now, I am stuck with always using the behavior of Computer A on Computer B and always using the behavior of Computer B on Computer B. I have looked for the appropriate control, but I haven't found it.
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