557 attributed reviews in the last 3 years
Refreshingly small course sizes
Outstandingly good courseware
Whizzy online classrooms
Wise Owls only (no freelancers)
Almost no cancellations
We have genuine integrity
We invoice after training
Review 30+ years of Wise Owl
View our top 100 clients
How to create autoshapes, lines and connectors in VBA macros
Part eight of an eight-part series of blogs
You can use Visual Basic within Excel, PowerPoint or Word to draw shapes, format them and even assign macros to run - this long blog gives lots of ideas of how to proceed!
If you've read this far, you'll be wanting to try your hand at some "real life" examples! You can find 3 exercises of varying difficulties on shapes here.
You can download any files that you need to do these exercises using the links above - to get the answers you'll need to attend a Wise Owl VBA course!
If you want to learn VBA in a classroom environment, take a look at one of our VBA courses:
Alternatively, call or email us about arranging your own tailored course in writing macros in VBA.
|Parts of this blog|
25 Aytoun Street