Tag Archives: Excel

How Do You UNSORT Data in Excel?

The sorting feature of Excel is very useful to organize and put data into a structured format. But many times, we think of a better way to do it — only after we complete the data sorting! So somehow we have to revert the sorting

All About Autofilter in VBA

We all are very well aware of the efficiency of MS Excel. However, to further enhance its efficiency, VBA macros come in handy. Without using macros, you can easily filter out information in a dataset, based on criteria, using the ‘Filter’ feature within the ‘Data’

Using VBA Sum and VBA Sum Range

The Sum function in Excel is one of the most widely used functions, and in fact, probably one of the first functions that an Excel user learns when they are learning to use Excel!  Simply stated, the Sum function adds up a range of cells for

Using the VLookup Function in VBA

The VLookup function is an Excel function.  It can be used directly on your worksheet without having to use any VBA code.  However, there may be instances in VBA where you wish to also use VLookup functionality. You would then need to call the VLookup

The ReDim Statement in VBA

The ReDim statement is used to declare the size of a Dynamic array in VBA.  It can later be used to re-declare the size of the array as many times as you need.  It can only be used for Dynamic VBA Arrays (where the size

The Complete Guide to Regex in VBA

Regular Expressions (Regex) are a pattern that is used to find matches within strings. This is very useful when you want to validate, replace, or extract data from strings. In Excel, regular expressions can be used when working with VBA. Matching Characters The Pattern is

Using the UCase Function in Excel VBA

There may be a time in Excel that you need data that you are fetching from an Excel spreadsheet or importing from external data to be amended to upper case.  This can, of course, be done manually, but if it is a large amount of

VBA Error 400: What Are the Causes and How to Fix It?

Introduction It is often said that debugging is part of programming, and through error messages, the programmer can easily identify where there are problems in his/her code. But as you can see from the above screenshot the VBA Error 400 is one of those annoying