Tag Archives: Range

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Excel VBA, Horizontal Alignment

In this article I will explain the different horizontal alignment formattings applicable to cells and range. I have also provided the VBA code required to apply them. For examples using horizontal alignment in VBA code please see: Excel VBA, Set Horizontal Alignment, (Sample Code) Excel

Excel VBA, Export Worksheet to Existing Access Table

In this article I will explain how you can export values from an excel worksheet to an existing Access table. – Step 1: The first step would be to connect to an existing access database or create a new access database. In this example we will be

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Access VBA, Import Excel Worksheet to Existing Table

In this article I will explain how you can import values from an excel worksheet to an existing table in Access using VBA. – DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet: The values in the excel worksheet are imported using the DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet Method: Syntax: Call DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet(TransferType, SpreadSheetType, TableName, Filename, HasFieldNames, Range) TransferType: The

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Excel VBA, Row Fill Color

The following line changes the fill color of the first row to blue: Rows(1).Interior.Color = vbBlue Same as the previous line but instead of using the blue color constant it uses the blue color code Rows(1).Interior.Color = 16711680 For more information about working with colors in

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Excel VBA, Save Range/Cells as JPEG

In this article I will explain how you can use VBA for Excel to save a range of cells as a JPEG image. Basically what we do is the following: Create an empty chart in some sheet which is not used. Copy the cells with

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Excel VBA Range Gradient Color

In the article Excel VBA, Gradient’s Colors I’ve explained the basics about working with gradient colors. I’m assuming readers are familiar with the concepts explained in that article before reading this article. Jump To: Gradient Color, Range Modify Existing Gradients Color for Range – Gradient Color, Range: