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Kiosk Full Screen Excel for Excel 2007/2010

The Kiosk Add-In takes the Full Screen Workbook View available in Excel one step further. It renders the MDI (Multiple Document Interface) as a borderless Kiosk style Application enabling you to hide everything including the system Task Bar. Kiosk allows you browse Workbooks, adjust Window views, display Reports, Charts and Images without restriction for an aesthetic, elegant Full Screen appearance.

Features include a borderless Full Screen transition for all Workbooks with the ability to toggle Headings, Gridlines, Worksheet Tabs and Scroll Bars. Kiosk works alongside the Excel Application. Display FullScreen toggle allowing all the available Shortcut menu features. It also includes a Window/Worksheet Browser to quickly select Workbooks, Sheets, Charts and Images whilst running in Full Screen mode.

Kiosk is currently available for Excel 2007/2010 (.XLAM) running on XP, Vista and Windows 7. Purchase Kiosk Online through Plimus. Kiosk costs £10.30 per Code License (this includes VAT at 20.0% of £1.71).

Kiosk is a secure, easily installed Excel Add-In protected at the File Level. You will need to Enter a License Code to use the Software which will be sent by email following Purchasing. NB: when you purchase Kiosk.XLSM you have 48 hours in which to download the Software. You may download Kiosk up to a maximum of 4 times in this period. Kiosk.XLAM should be installed as an Excel Add-In. You can even call the Kiosk Function from a Workbook.

Calling the Kiosk Add-In Function: Once Kiosk is installed you can call the Kiosk Add-In function called Kiosk. Ensure that you are not running Kiosk in Full Screen mode and then press alt+F11 to open the VBA IDE. Enter the code below in a Subroutine. Run the code to launch Kiosk. The function does not take or return a value. Press Esc to Exit Kiosk mode as usual or use SendKeys to pass Esc as a virtual KeyPress.

Application.Run “Kiosk.xlam!a_main.Kiosk”



Source by Mark Kubiszyn

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