Window.Top property (Excel)
Returns or sets a Double value that represents the distance, in points, from the top edge of the window to the top edge of the usable area (below the menus, any toolbars docked at the top, and the formula bar).
expression A variable that represents a Window object.
You cannot set this property for a maximized window. Use the WindowState property to return or set the state of the window.
This example arranges windows one and two horizontally; in other words, each window occupies half the available vertical space and all the available horizontal space in the application window's client area. For this example to work, there must be only two worksheet windows open.
Windows.Arrange xlArrangeTiled ah = Windows(1).Height ' available height aw = Windows(1).Width + Windows(2).Width ' available width With Windows(1) .Width = aw .Height = ah / 2 .Left = 0 End With With Windows(2) .Width = aw .Height = ah / 2 .Top = ah / 2 .Left = 0 End With
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