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EXCEL VBA MACROS EXERCISES▼
Excel VBA Macros | Selecting cells exercise | Filling in capital cities
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Create a new module within this workbook.
By conferring with other people on the course (or by using your own general knowledge), write a macro to fill in the missing information on the first Europe worksheet:
There are two gaps to fill in
Now extend your macro so that it selects the North America worksheet, and fills in the gap on that:
The capitals are getting slightly harder!
If you have time, keep extending your macro to fill in the gaps on the other worksheets (each worksheet has one gap on it).
The capital city of Chad is N'Djamena - but you probably already knew that, didn't you?
Save this file as Cities with no gaps, then close it down.