Instead of displaying Microsoft Excel, show something useful in your Excel title bar. Use the Application.Caption VBA property to display the exact time you opened your Excel workbook. A little VBA goes a long way toward making you and your Excel workbooks stand out.
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This VBA macro prints each Chart and ChartObject in your Excel Workbook as a separate page. Prior to printing, the macro identifies the optimal page orientation and it counts the total number of submitted print jobs.
Save each page in your MS Word document as a separate PDF with this VBA macro. The flexible VBA script let’s you save each page or a subset range of pages as PDFs in a user-specified directory. Complete with robust error-checking.
Prevent your screen from updating until your Excel macro is finished with Application.ScreenUpdating=False. The Application.ScreenUpdating property is useful when running macros that jump from cell to cell, sheet to sheet, and workbook to workbook.
Outlook search not working? Use this VBA code example to search through your email inbox. This tutorial shows you how to regain search functionality if you are one of the thousands of people whose Outlook instant search function has stopped working.
Change your coworker’s cursor to the Peanut Butter Jelly Time dancing banana with this MS Word VBA tutorial. The VBA code example stores byte strings in your Custom Document Properties so every time your colleagues open your Word document, the banana animated cursor will be restored and activated on their computers.