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Figure 16-2 shows all children of the Application object, including those that are marked as hidden in the Excel object model. These latter objects are marked with an X through the icon. The objects in Figure 16-2 that are marked (Office 2.2) actually belong to the Microsoft Office object model, but are included here because they are accessible from the Excel object model and are sometimes used when programming the Excel model. There is also one object that belongs to the Visual Basic Extensibility model. It is marked as (VBIDE 5.3).

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