This tutorial will show you how to use the VBA FileSystemObject to traverse folders and subfolders and list all the files meeting specific conditions.
This tutorial will demonstrate how to use the VBA UserForm Show method. We'll also explain how to call macros and show other userforms from an existing userform.
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Use VBA FileSystemObject (FSO) to access drives, folders and files with VBA. The FSO is part of Windows Script Host and is one of the most powerful APIs in VBA.
Use GetOpenFilename to browse for and import a filename with VBA. GetOpenFilename is part of the Application object in Excel and lets you store file paths without opening them.
Use the Application.InputBox dialog box to prompt for VBA user input. Input boxes are the easiest way to interact with a user in VBA, although other options are available.
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.
In VBA, you concatenate strings into a single string using the &, or ampersand, operator. Simply add an ampersand between your strings to combine them into one string.
Use VBA to compare two lists and show the values in the first column that are missing from the second column. This is a simple way to compare two lists in Excel.
Fade your VBA UserForm in and out with the macros in this tutorial. You will also learn how to force your userform to appear partially transparent.
Using a backslash instead of a forward slash to divide two numbers in VBA will divide the numbers but will always return an integer solution.
This macro will reverse the order of an array using Excel VBA. Use it if you have an array sorted smallest to largest and you want it largest to smallest.
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