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How to view word in full screen using VBA?

To use VBA or enable macro on word is to set the Developer tab.

To enable developer tab, click on File then select options.

On Word options, click on “Customize Ribbon” then tick on “Developer” tab.

Please check screen shot below:

To start doing macro.

Click on Developer tab, click on “Macros”.

Type a macro name and click on create.

Upon clicking on create; the Visual Basic Window will open.

Under the Visual Basic Application window, expand or collapse the Project Tab and double click on “ThisDocument”.

ThisDocument should be clicked in order to choose the events available  for the document.

On the right pane, click on the drop down menu and select “Open”.

If the event OPEN is chosen, the macro will be executed or will run automatically when document is open.

So basically under the drop down, any event that is chosen is the option that will be executed by the macro.

Type this code below, under the Open Sub procedure.

ActiveWindow.View.FullScreen = True

To check whether the code runs properly, click on the play button.

To save the document, click on "Save As" and select "Word-Macro Enabled Document".

Close the document, and browse to the location where the document is saved. Double click on the document and it will open on full screen.


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