Category Archives: Excel

[Guide] How to Use Column Select in VBA

Selection of a Data Range in Excel In a Microsoft Excel document, serval operations like Delete, Edit, Type, and other formatting can also be done only if we select the range of cells on which we need to perform the change. There are several ways

Here’s What Double Is in VBA and How it Works

Like any other programming language, Visual Basic for Applications also has its own datatypes. “Double” (double precision floating point) is one among them. A double datatype has double the storage size or capacity when compared to the “Single” (integer) datatype. The size of the Double

The Ultimate Guide to Listobjects in VBA

“Listobject” is a feature in Excel VBA that refers to the tables of data in the Excel sheets. We can play around the tables with the rows, columns, format, color, font styles, etc. using this feature in our VBA code. Before trying to create and

6 Great Examples of Sorting in VBA

What is Sorting? Sorting is simply the process of rearranging data in ascending or descending order. The data is organized in alphabetical order when dealing with strings or words. Two options are available: sorting from A-Z (ascending order) or Z-A (descending order). Sorting in Microsoft

[Resolved] Compile Error: Can’t Find Project or Library

What is a Project/Library: In general, there are chances that a programming language/or the code developed uses some functions and features to build a logic that fulfills requirements. These functions and features used may be from some dynamic link libraries (.dll files) and other projects

How to Split Spreadsheets in Excel Using VBA

Why Separate Sheets? An Excel workbook can have several worksheets. There’s a chance that those different sheets contain information that is unrelated and needs to be separated into separate workbooks. Problem: For example, imagine a corporate training hub preparing a document on training sessions planned

How to Use Paste Special in VBA (Examples)

Cut, copy, and paste are very popular commands that any user knows how to use. It is the same with Microsoft Excel as well. In fact, these commands are very useful in Excel when we want to replicate calculation steps or automate a calculation. As