Application.IsSandboxed property (Excel)
Returns True if the specified workbook is open in a Protected View window. Read-only.
expression A variable that represents an Application object.
Use the IsSandboxed property to determine if a workbook is open in a Protected View window.
The following code example displays whether the specified workbook is open in a Protected View window.
Sub CheckIfSandboxed(wbk As Workbook) MsgBox wbk.Application.IsSandboxed End Sub
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