Hide Developer Tab in Excel Ribbon using from the Excel options. It helps to prevent users from opening the Excel VBA editor window.

Hide Developer Tab in Excel Ribbon:

  • Right click on any main menu item in the Ribbon. Please find the below screen shot for the same.
  • Excel VBA Develoer Tab

  • Click on Customize the Ribbon…, this will show you Excel options window.
  • Now uncheck the developer Tab from the Main Tabs list in the excel options window (Right Side). Please find the below screen shot for the same which is highlighted in yellow color.
  • Excel Options VBA Develoer Tab

  • Click on ok button.
  • Step 5: Now you cannot see the ‘Developer Tab’ in the Excel Ribbon and prevent user to go to Excel VBA editor window.

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    Show Developer Tab

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By Published On: October 8th, 2016Categories: VBA

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