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Open the workbook in the above folder. It gives the ten best films of all time, as listed on RottenTomatoes:
Who's this Dr. Caligari, anyway?
Your task is to write a macro to loop over the titles shown selected above, colouring in the films which have garnered more than 100 reviews. One way to get a reference to the films to loop over is this:
'set a variable to refer to the column of films
Dim FilmRange As Range
'get a reference to block of films
Set FilmRange = Range( _
Your algorithm for the rest of the macro could be:
'FOR EACH film IN the range of films
'IF the value of the cell 2 to the right is more than 100 THEN
'show film in immediate window
'colour in film's cell
One way to colour in a cell is like this:
FilmCell.Interior.Color = RGB(200, 200, 255)
The final output should look like this:
It might have been easier to colour them manually ...
Save this workbook as Coloured films, then close it down.
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