Excel VBA Macros | Looping over collections exercise | Find the last cell on each sheet and report

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Software ==> Excel VBA Macros  (52 exercises)
Version ==> Any version of Excel
Topic ==> Looping over collections  (11 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
Subject ==> VBA training
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Insert a worksheet called Last Cities in the workbook in the above folder.

This is a longer exercise! A suggested algorithm is shown below.  You might like to get a cup of coffee before you begin ...

Create a macro which lists out the last capital city in each continent worksheet in the separate Last Cities worksheet.  This is what you should see when you run your macro:

Excel VBA Macros exercise - Looping over collections (image 1)

Corresponding to Wales, Zimbabwe, Yemen, United States, Vanuatu and Venezuela

Some hints are shown below.

To work, your macro should:

  • Go to each worksheet in turn (as long as its name is not Last Cities)
  • Go to the bottom country in this worksheet;
  • Store the name of the capital city in the cell to the right of this country in a string variable;
  • Go to the Last Cities worksheet;
  • Transfer the variable's value into the current cell; then
  • Go down one cell

You are strongly advised to write the algorithm you will use on a piece of paper before putting finger to keyboard!

Save the workbook as Final Cities, then close it down.

You can unzip this file to see the answers to this exercise, although please remember this is for your personal use only.
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