If you use Microsoft Excel 2010 often, you may want to make its program option a permanent part of the Windows Start menu or taskbar. This enables you to start the Excel 2010 program with just a click or two.

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The commands to pin (or unpin) Excel 2010 to the Start menu or taskbar apply to computers with Windows 7 installed. If you are using Windows Vista, you can add the Excel icon to the Quick Launch toolbar. To do so, drag the Excel desktop shortcut icon from the Windows desktop to the Quick Launch toolbar, to the immediate right of the Start button in the taskbar.

Pinning Excel to the Start menu

Follow these steps to pin the Excel 2010 program icon to the Windows 7 Start menu:

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  1. Start Excel from the Windows Start menu.

    After starting Excel, Windows adds Microsoft Excel 2010 to the Recently Used section on the left side of the Windows Start menu (if it wasn’t there already).

  2. Click the Start menu and then right-click Microsoft Excel 2010 to open its shortcut menu.

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  3. Click Pin to Start Menu on the shortcut menu.

After pinning Excel in this manner, Excel 2010 always appears in the upper section of the left-hand column of the Start menu. You can now start Excel simply by clicking the Start button and then clicking this option.

If you later decide to remove Excel from the pinned area of the Start menu, click the Start button, right-click Microsoft Excel 2010 in the Start menu, and select Unpin from Start Menu.

Pinning Excel to the Windows 7 taskbar

If your computer runs Windows 7, you can add a Microsoft Excel 2010 icon to the standard Internet Explorer, Windows Explorer, and Windows Media Player buttons on its taskbar.

To do this, drag the Microsoft Excel 2010 icon that you’ve either pinned to the Windows Start menu (see the preceding section) or that you’ve added as a shortcut to the Windows desktop and drag and drop it into its desired position on the Windows 7 taskbar.

After you pin an Excel 2010 icon to the Windows 7 taskbar, the button appears on the Windows taskbar each time you start your computer, and you can start Excel simply by single-clicking its button. To remove the button from the taskbar, right-click the button and choose Unpin This Program from Taskbar.

I found this code on another post and it works perfectly.. however (see below)
Private Declare Function FindWindowEx& Lib 'user32' Alias 'FindWindowExA' _
(ByVal hWnd1&, ByVal hWnd2&, ByVal lpsz1$, ByVal lpsz2$)
Private Declare Function ShowWindow& Lib 'user32' (ByVal hwnd&, ByVal
Sub TaskBar_Hide()
ShowWindow FindWindowEx(0, 0, 'Shell_TrayWnd', vbNullString), 0
End Sub
Sub TaskBar_Show()
ShowWindow FindWindowEx(0, 0, 'Shell_TrayWnd', vbNullString), 5
End Sub
This seems to be setting a visible flag for the task bar. What I need is to
activate/deactivate the minimize of the task bar. (When you position the
mouse on the top line of the task bar, you get a double-headed arrow. when
you click-drag down, it minimizes the task bar. This leaves a small line
which is the top of the task bar that you can grab and drag up to un-minimize
the task bar).
How do I access that feature from VBA (using API or not)
I need this so that when I set my spreadsheet to show fullscreen, the status
bar gets hidden under the taskbar (becuse I want to leave it set 'always on
top') I have found that manually minimizing then maximizing the taskbar
forces the status bar to show (I.E. the spreadsheet's full screen becomes
limited at the bottom to force both the taskbar and the (excel) statusbar to
be both visible.)
Also Im curious what the & in the above 'FindWindowEx&' API call code does.
The code stops working when that character is removed.
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