Learn how to convert a data type from a string to a date with the VBA Type Conversion function CDate. This is Part 3 of the Data Type Conversion Series.
You know how to open a program, file or folder with VBA Shell, but how do you activate an application that is already open? Keep reading to discover how!
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Use this macro to draw Excel arrows between cells with VBA. You can also use it to draw lines or other connectors between cells.
Countdown the days to Christmas and enter for your chance to win a VBA Christmas gift with this interactive Excel Advent Calendar from Spreadsheet1.
Use Application.WorksheetFunction to call vlookup, min, max and many more built-in Excel functions directly from your VBA macro. This tutorial will show you how.
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.
Learn how to use the VBA CStr function to convert a number to a string. CStr can also be used to convert a date to a string using VBA.
This VBA tutorial shows you how to convert a data type from a string to an integer with the VBA Type Conversion function CInt. Robust error checks included!
VBA ColorIndex lets you reference 56 pre-defined colors and even customize the default colors using VBA. There are also 8 named color constants.
Use the VBA StrConv function to convert strings to upper, lower or proper case. The powerful StrConv function even has built in support for converting to Unicode.
Use VBA to copy to your clipboard, paste from your clipboard and clear the contents of your clipboard. This tutorial even shows how to copy to your clipboard using VBA in Windows 8 and Windows 10.
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