Excel VBA videos | Excel VBA Part 20a - Application Events

Posted by Andrew Gould on 26 November 2015

In an earlier video in the series we've seen how to write event-handlers for workbooks and worksheets; this video teaches you how to access events of the Excel application itself! You'll learn the significance of the WithEvents keyword, a couple of the basic application events such as the new workbook event, and how to use a basic class module to keep your application event handlers neatly organised.

You can play this video on Excel VBA Part 20a - Application Events here (see viewing hints below also).

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