Windows Collection Object [Excel 2003 VBA Language Reference]

Multiple objects
Multiple objects

A collection of all the Window objects in Microsoft Excel. The Windows collection for the Application object contains all the windows in the application, whereas the Windows collection for the Workbook object contains only the windows in the specified workbook.

Using the Windows Collection

Use the Windows property to return the Windows collection. The following example cascades all the windows that are currently displayed in Microsoft Excel.

Windows.Arrange arrangeStyle:=xlCascade

Use the NewWindow method to create a new window and add it to the collection. The following example creates a new window for the active workbook.


Use Windows(index), where index is the window name or index number, to return a single Window object. The following example maximizes the active window.

Windows(1).WindowState = xlMaximized

Note that the active window is always Windows(1).

Properties | Application Property | Count Property | Creator Property | Item Property | Parent Property | SyncScrollingSideBySide Property

Methods | Arrange Method | BreakSideBySide Method | CompareSideBySideWith Method | ResetPositionsSideBySide Method

Parent Objects | Application | Workbook

Child Objects | Chart | Pane | Panes | Range | Sheets