Exercise: Event-handling macros

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Category ==> Excel VBA Macros  (38 exercises)
Topic ==> Event handling  (2 exercises)
Level ==> Average difficulty
Course ==> Excel VBA macros

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Create and assign a macro so that it displays the following message when you try to close its file down:

Excel VBA Macros exercise - Event handling (image 1)

You may need to delete the macro to close your file down!

Create a macro which displays the following message when you click on cell B3 (note that the Address property of a cell gives its address in absolute format - eg $B$3):

Excel VBA Macros exercise - Event handling (image 2)

Beware - the address property is case-sensitive too!

Create a macro which displays the following message before you double-click (you can use VbCrLf twice in succession within your message box to create the new lines):

Excel VBA Macros exercise - Event handling (image 3)

Not that polite really ...

Create a macro which displays the following message when you try to open its file:

Excel VBA Macros exercise - Event handling (image 4)

The message which appears when you open a file

Note that strictly speaking this is impossible, as you can not interrupt the Open event.  Instead, issue the command ActiveWorkbook.Close immediately after the file opens - your user will never see the difference!

Create a macro which immediately deletes any new worksheet you create, with the following message:

Excel VBA Macros exercise - Event handling (image 5)

If you know his phone number, please include this also.

Save and close any workbooks you have created (if you can!).

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