The ShowModal VBA property controls how a UserForm behaves when displayed. UserForms can be shown as vbModal or vbModeless by setting the ShowModal property.
This tutorial shows you how to declare and initialize a VBA array of strings using the Split function. This array of strings solution is compact and efficient.
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Extract a VBA substring from a string using the Mid function. VBA Mid accepts 3 arguments to define which substring you want to extract from your main string.
The PDF VBA Excel Add-in automatically converts your Excel sheets, ranges, tables and charts to PDFs. Rapidly export Excel objects into one or separate PDFs.
The VBA FreeFile function reserves the next available file number for VBA file IO. FreeFile returns an integer that you can use to open, read and write files.
Use Excel to record your mouse clicks and cursor movements and convert them directly into VBA macros so you can easily automate complex tasks, like copying data from a website.
Loop through the alphabet with the Excel VBA Asc and VBA Chr functions. Copy and paste this flexible macro into your own project to loop through the alphabet.
The VBA RTrim function is a fast way to remove trailing spaces, but what if you want to trim all trailing whitespace, like new line characters and tabs?
Use VBA to write to a text file without quotes by using the Print Statement instead of the Write Statement. Creating text files is easy with VBA.
Close a UserForm with VBA by using the Unload Me VBA statement. You can also unload userforms with different names by replacing Me with the name of your form.
Did you know you can use VBA to control your computers speakers? This tutorial shows you how to mute and unmute your volume and turn your volume up and down.
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