Tag Archives: Excel

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

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Seriously, Is VBA Still in Use?

Why Is VBA Still Useful as a Language? VBA is an easy programming language that comes packed with Microsoft Office applications as a developer-friendly gift. It is 95% similar to Visual Basic 6 with all its built-in functions, form components, structure, code editor style, and

Is VBA Worth Learning? Yes, Believe it or Not

The answer to this question is undoubtedly “YES!!!” You may be thinking, “Is VBA even still a thing?” “Is it a dead programming language?” “Why should I even bother learning VBA?” Hear me out, and Iet me explain why the language is still worth learning.