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EXCEL VBA MACROS EXERCISES
Exercise: Find the last cell on each sheet and report
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Insert a worksheet called Last Cities in the workbook in the above folder.
This is a longer exercise! A suggested algorithm is shown below. You might like to get a cup of coffee before you begin ...
Create a macro which lists out the last capital city in each continent worksheet in the separate Last Cities worksheet. This is what you should see when you run your macro:
Corresponding to Wales, Zimbabwe, Yemen, United States, Vanuatu and Venezuela
Some hints are shown overleaf.
To work, your macro should:
- Go to each worksheet in turn (as long as its name is not Last Cities)
- Go to the bottom country in this worksheet;
- Store the name of the capital city in the cell to the right of this country in a string variable;
- Go to the Last Cities worksheet;
- Transfer the variable's value into the current cell; then
- Go down one cell
You are strongly advised to write the algorithm you will use on a piece of paper before putting finger to keyboard!
Save the workbook as Final Cities, then close it down.