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EXCEL VBA MACROS EXERCISES▼
Excel VBA Macros | Visual Basic explained exercise | Recognising Collections, Objects, Methods and Properties
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Consider the screen shot below:
An excerpt from an Excel financial model.
Name 4 collections that you can see in this screen shot, and estimate the number of objects that each contains.
Write down the VBA commands to do the following, parsing each to show the objects, collections, methods and properties that you've used:
- Select the range called CostLabour.
- Display the row number of the active cell in a message box.
- Go to the Calculations worksheet.
- Close the current workbook.
Finally, see if you can describe the last holiday you went on to your slightly odd friend who only speaks VBA (for the purposes of this exercise you can assume that the collections, objects, methods and properties that you refer to exist within the Excel object model).