Save Contents Of Clipboard
I have a spreadsheet where i need to disable Cut but allow copy & paste. This must stop dragging and dropping and only apply to the workbook in question, i.e. if I CTRL-TAB to another workbook cut is re-enabled. I have used the following code
Private Sub Workbook_Activate()
Private Sub Workbook_Deactivate()
Public Sub enableCut(enable As Boolean)
Dim cBar As CommandBar
Dim cbCtrl As Office.CommandBarControl
If enable Then
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