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about a year ago, I searched this forum and I saw a sample (.NET) showing the form in a relative position compared to the specified cell,
In VBA, I would need to use a fairly sophisticated API to do this, but now I can use .NET. No more remembering the keyword to find it. I tried searching and it looks like I will need "PointsToScreenPixelsY" and "PointsToScreenPixelsX" but I'm worried that I might miss anything..
Can you give me a solution?
Many thanks!


What I have tried:

With ActiveWindow
    UserForm1.Left = .PointsToScreenPixelsX(cell.Left)
    UserForm1.Top = .PointsToScreenPixelsY(cell.Top)
End With
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Updated 27-Apr-20 2:49am
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Solution 2

PointsToScreenPixelsX and PointsToScreenPixelsY are Excel methods of a Window, or a Pane.

The values returned are pixel values; to set a Form's position, you must convert the pixel values to Points. See: [^].

You can find what appears to be a complete solution for your question here: [^].

Caution: I do not have Excel on this machine, and cannot test this using C# automation.
   
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Maciej Los 30-Apr-20 1:31am
   
5ed!

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