Category Archives: VBA For Excel

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How to use VBA Range.Offset Method?

Range.Offset is a property of the VBA range object that is used when you want to point the cell selection to a specific column and row address. For an instance, if you want to skip some information like row header or document title. Syntax expression

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How to use VBA Range.Address method?

Range.Address is used to get the cell address for simple local reference (ex. $A$1) or reference style notation for cell references (ex. A1 or R1C1 format). It can also be used to get the range address which includes the workbook name and worksheet name. Syntax

Range.Sort(After)

How to use VBA Range.Sort Method?

This method is used to dynamically sort any particular columns in Microsoft Excel through VBA program. It depends on which columns you want to consider for sorting function and what specific cell you want to use as key or reference for sorting the data. Syntax

Excel data for PowerPoint

Accessing PowerPoint controls through Excel VBA

Creating a PowerPoint presentation using data from Excel is very common. You can simply create a new PowerPoint, copy all the data, and you’re done. But consider a periodic report — a sales report, for example. Each month you need to create a PPT with data in

The GetOpenFilename Command in VBA

How often in your VBA code do you have ask for a file name along with its complete path as an input from the user? Most programmers end up using an input box in this situation. However, this is not very convenient for the user. Furthermore, there are

The Excel VBA Application.FileDialog Object

Have you ever wished you could develop a simple way for users to select files to open from within Excel? Perhaps you want to impose a level of control over which file path users select the file(s) from. This can be done by using the

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Excel VBA, Arrays and Ranges

When modifying worksheets and ranges, one option would be to modify the worksheet directly using the commands I’v explained in the article Referencing Ranges In Excel Using VBA but that would be very inefficient. Every time you read or write something to an excel sheet, you will be consuming considerable