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.
Make a dynamic array with the ReDim Preserve VBA statement. This tutorial will also show you how to make dynamic arrays with 2D and multidimensional arrays.
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The Application.FileDialog dialog boxes will fail with run-time error 438 when running from Outlook VBA. This tutorial shows you how to prevent the error.
Use msoFileDialogFolderPicker to browse for and select a folder with VBA. msoFileDialogFolderPicker is part of the Application.FileDialog family in Excel.
The VBA StrReverse function reverses the order of a string in Excel. In other words, StrReverse writes your string backward so the string abc becomes cba.
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.
Easily extract text between two strings with this VBA Function. This function can extract a substring between two characters, delimiters, words and more.
Use the VBA Replace function to replace a substring of characters in a string with a new string. VBA Replace is similar to the Excel SUBSTITUTE function.
Replace the Nth occurrence of a substring in a string with this VBA UDF. Use it to replace the 2nd, 3rd, 4th or more instance of a string within another string.
Make Excel talk with Application.Speech.Speak VBA and discover how to change the voice, speed and volume with the sapi.dll Microsoft Speech Object Library.
This VBA function converts decimal times in Excel to words. 10.5 becomes 10 Minutes 30 Seconds. It can convert base times given in hours, minutes or seconds.
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