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Excel VBA makes it a cinch to automate the entire process. specializes in process automation and data visualization.
So when a simple change is requested, the presentation is automatically generated with the click of a button. He currently performs analytics and modeling for the Oil and Gas industry.
We opened our first batch in May this year and had an excellent response.
And this technique presented by What are your favorite tricks & ideas? runs a VBA Class that teaches you from scratch, how to build macros to save time & automate your work.
It’s almost , and you are going crazy trying to finish the presentation due for a monthly performance meeting the next morning. Just click your rectangle button then sit back and watch it run! Click here to download the example workbook and play with the macro. More than 650 students signed up and are now learning VBA each day.
The model is refreshed, and now it just takes a LOT of copying, pasting, and positioning to get the Power Point ready. Click on the Create Power Point macro and press Okay. Thank you so much During my day job, I used to make a lot of presentations. I will be opening VBA class for enrollment again on September 5th (just one more month).
Finally, the slides are finished…, until you read a new message from your boss requesting a minor change. To do this, you can either press ALT + F11, or you can take the following steps: a. Now all you need to do is go to Excel and run the Create Power Point macro! If you want to learn VBA & advanced Excel, this is a very good class to join.
But of course her change means you have to start all over with the copy and pastes… In the Oil and Gas industry, I constantly have monthly reports to assess the performance of our operating assets. Create a new worksheet and paste in all the charts you need for the presentation. To show the developer tab, click on the Microsoft Office Button and click Excel Options. Click Popular and then select the Show Developer tab in the Ribbon. Click on the Developer tab in the ribbon and click Visual Basic. In your VBA Editor window, click File = References. To make this easy, draw a rectangle shape in your Excel worksheet which contains all the charts you want to export to Power Point. Please enter your name & email address below and I will update you as soon as our class opens for enrollment.
Hi All, I'm trying to hack together a simple VBA macro that is basically analogous to the excel formula below, but which will work on the selected range of cells.
=TRIM(CLEAN(SUBSTITUTE([selected range], CHAR(160)," "))) I found a similar piece of code for a starting point (not mine, can't find the original post to credit author now either - Sorry!
), though I do not need nor want the PROPER function.