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.
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
Introduction to Arrays An array is a sequence of values in an order that can be referred with indexes where identifying the start index and the end index of the array is important. This is called the lower bound and upper bound of array. Looping
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
Why Do You Need to Insert Anyway? There are instances where we might forget to add data while creating a Word document or Excel spreadsheet. When we realize our mistake later, we can go in and add it using insert rows/columns, insert pages/shapes/images, etc., and
The Search Feature in Microsoft Excel Before digging into how to look for exact matches in VBA, I’ll give you some context with the easiest way to accomplish this goal — the search function in Excel. Microsoft Excel provides us with an excellent feature that
Loops in VBA Loops are an essential part of any programming language because they help with the repeated running of any code snippet. Just like any other language, VBA offers the following loops to enable efficient programming: Do until Do while For Foreach In this
Used Area of an Excel Sheet There are many situations when we need to perform an action on all rows and columns with data in an Excel sheet. In order to do that, you need to know which row/column of data is the last. In
Defining a Range In Microsoft Excel, a “range” of cells is a continuous group of cells across rows and columns. Here’s some valid examples of ranges with references to the cells: Any single cell like H54, C3. A part of any row Eg: D4:G4, H10:N10.
Integer Datatype In Microsoft VBA, variant is a common datatype. It can be used to store strings or integers or even dates. Integer is a specific datatype which can be used to store numbers of a specific length. The bigger version of an integer is