Mouse To Macro is an Excel Add-in that records your mouse clicks and cursor movements and converts the actions to a VBA macro for instant playback. Mouse To Macro is a first of a kind Excel Add-in, and with it, you'll be able to create unlimited recordings, convert your recordings to VBA macros and play your recordings.You'll finally be able to quickly create repeatable cursor movements and mouse clicks for your VBA projects.
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Head to the blog to check out all the incredible things you can do with VBA. Here, I post my easy to understand VBA tutorials and macro examples for Excel, Outlook, Word and more.
Your one stop shop for stand-alone VBA code snippets and user-defined functions (UDFs) without the clutter of detailed tutorials. Grab your macro and go!
These Excel VBA tutorials and blog posts will teach you everything you need to know about Excel VBA. Here, I'll walk you through real-life applications of Excel VBA.
Give your spreadsheet the grand entrance it deserves by designing and launching an awesome animated splash screen when your workbook is opened.
This guide will teach you everything you want to know about using Excel Form Control Checkboxes with VBA, including checking, unchecking and assigning a macro.
Add a custom dot grid to a page in your Word document with this VBA macro. Print it out to make a notebook or use it to design, doodle or play Dots and Boxes.
Make a VBA UserForm with a transparent background with these macros. You can also make the background of your controls transparent by following this tutorial.
Ryan Wells is a Nuclear Engineer in Charlotte, North Carolina. Since graduating from the University of Florida in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering and a 4.0 GPA, he has been employed in Duke Energy's BWR Fuel Engineering department where he supports the Brunswick Nuclear Plant. In college, Ryan was the captain of the Chipola College Brain Bowl team in Marianna, Florida. His team won the 2009 Florida State Championship and went on to finish second at the national NAQT Community College Championship Tournament (CCCT). Ryan is the founder of wellsr.com where he seeks to inspire office workers to automate their work using his VBA tutorials and code examples.