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Can we write VBA code to set all column/row's size back to default size? by Charles Williams
You can use the worksheet standaheight and standardwidth properties ActiveSheet.Rows.EntireRow.RowHeight =...
July 8th 03 03:56 PM
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dates in userforms by Ben Guenther
Thank you so much! I was starting to loose my mind! Your solotion works great. Thanks again, Ben *** Sent via Developersdex http://www.developersdex.com...
July 8th 03 03:44 PM
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Check mark boxes in Excel 2002 by Dan E[_2_]
Nicole, If you have the control toolbox open make sure that you are out of design mode. The button looks like a triange, ruler and pencil (in excel 2000). If...
July 8th 03 03:41 PM
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LoadPicture Pathname or no Pathname by Philipp Schramek
Dear all I used following code Image3.Picture = LoadPicture("TempVB.gif") in a UserForm-Object. It worked withoug the pathname, since the file was in the...
July 8th 03 03:30 PM
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Mouse by Dan E[_2_]
Here's irony, Your Logitech mouse scrolls, but my Microsoft mouse doesn't Dan E "Paul B" > wrote in...
July 8th 03 03:29 PM
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adding changing number of days by Aivars
Hello, Bank calculates loan repayment due dates like this: 1 181 day from drawdawn day 2 184 days from previous payment day 3 181 days from previous payment...
July 8th 03 03:26 PM
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Cell contents changing colors by Barmaley
Just a little correction, it should be: =DATEDIF(A1,TODAY(),"m")>5 otherwise it calculates over 7 month, not 6 "Pieter Kuyck" >...
July 8th 03 03:24 PM
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Add PivotItems to PivotTable / Enabling - Disabling PivotItems by Ole[_3_]
Hi there, is there any way to change the visibility - state of PivotItems AT ONCE ? With an "Offline OLAP - Cube" this is possible. I'would like to know, if...
July 8th 03 03:24 PM
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Opening an AutoExecute Macro Workbook from an AutoExecute Macro Workbook by Tom Ogilvy
You can't close the calling program. Code can't just halt and disappear - at least it is not designed to behave this way. What you would have to do is put...
July 8th 03 03:21 PM
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Associating one array with another by Michael J. Malinsky
Well that was easy, I guess that's why I don't get paid to do this for a living! Thanks, Tom Mike -- Michael J. Malinsky
July 8th 03 03:11 PM
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declare a two dimenssion array by Tom Ogilvy
Or you can just declare the whole array as variant and store what you want in each element. Bit more overhead, however. Or you could declare the whole array...
July 8th 03 03:06 PM
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Ah, I think... by Don Guillett[_4_]
does this help Sub CLOSE_ALL() Application.ScreenUpdating = False Application.DisplayAlerts = False For Each w In Workbooks ...
July 8th 03 03:04 PM
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Question: Cell formula or macro to write result of one cell to another cell by Frederik Romanov
Excel-97 (SR-2) This is a long term problem that I have with Excel. I mostly write worksheet applications that have plenty of user-configurable parameters up...
July 8th 03 03:03 PM
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Before Send by Jan[_6_]
Richard, You can assign a macro to most of the menubar buttons. Do this by customising the menubar. Then you can choose to do the "Send To" from withing...
July 8th 03 03:01 PM
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Screen is flashing when VBA adding objects into Excel sheet? by Don Guillett[_4_]
application.screenupdating=false reset to =true at end of macro -- Don Guillett SalesAid Software Granite Shoals, TX "d" >...
July 8th 03 03:01 PM
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Ah, I think... by jonas
Hi, yes it works much faster although It seems like the whole application is shutting down and then reopens (which I am not sure it is actually doing). But...
July 8th 03 03:00 PM
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Iterating through row cells on column Match, help please. by FrankBooth
Now getting a 2024, Type Mismatch error in this line: res = Application.Match(vName, xlRng2, 0) There is a match for the first name that is picked up on the...
July 8th 03 03:00 PM
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Ah, I think... by Arne[_2_]
Hmm, the statement Application.WindowState = xlMinimized did not result in all windows getting minimized. The following does minimize all Excel workbook...
July 8th 03 02:51 PM
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Question: Macro overloading, passing variable number of arguments by Frederik Romanov
Excel-97 (SR-2) In general I would like to write macros that can be overloaded, for example Hyperlink() has an optional displaytext field. HyperLink(...
July 8th 03 02:51 PM
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Accessing the VBA project object model by Tom Ogilvy
http://www.cpearson.com/excel/vbe.htm discusses working with the VBE/VBA with code. You would establish an application.object, Workbook object and from that...
July 8th 03 02:47 PM
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