Excel VBA videos | Excel VBA Part 9 - Object Variables

Posted by Andrew Gould on 22 January 2014

Object variables in VBA allow you to store references to objects in memory. They're slightly more complex to use than basic data-type variables, but well worth the effort and this video explains why! You'll learn how to declare object variables and how to set references to existing objects. The video also shows you how to return references to objects using the methods of other objects with examples including generating new workbooks and worksheets, as well as using the Find method to reference cells.

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