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Posted by Andy Brown on 03 October 2014
Charts in VBA are a bit weird: this blogs highlights some of their foibles, by showing how charts are really just special shapes, which contain shapes of their own!
Posted by Andy Brown on 19 September 2014
I've already pinched (with permission!) the ideas of Fergus Cairns to explain ways to run automatic searches on popular websites like Google; this blog gives an update on the same topic.
Posted by Andy Brown on 13 January 2014
You can use VBA to extract data from web pages, either as whole tables or by parsing the underlying HTML elements. This blog shows you how to code both methods (the technique is often called "web-scraping").
Posted by Andy Brown on 02 November 2012
You can use VBA to talk to Internet Explorer, providing that you understand the structure of the web page you're talking to. This blog shows how to do this!
Posted by Andy Brown on 06 February 2012
Learn how to write VBA macros to add, edit and delete data in Access, SQL Server and other databases, using something called ADO.
Posted by Andy Brown on 03 January 2012
Did you know that you can create and manage references from within VBA code? This article gives you ideas on how to do just that.
Posted by Andy Brown on 09 December 2011
Although it's usually easiest to create references to other applications using the Tools/References menu as described in an earlier blog, you can use the method shown in this blog instead.
Posted by Andy Brown on 05 December 2011
Even if you're writing Visual Basic macros within Excel, there's nothing to stop you inserting text into Word documents, manipulating PowerPoint slides or sending Outlook emails. This blog explains how to reference other applications, and write macros in Excel to link to other Microsoft Office software