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BUILT-IN VBA FUNCTIONS VIDEOS▼
- Excel VBA Part 53.1 - Working with Strings
- Excel VBA Part 53.2 - Splitting Strings
- Excel VBA Part 53.3 - The Join Function and Concatenating Strings
- Excel VBA Part 53.4 - Replacing Strings
- Excel VBA Part 53.5 - Converting the Case of Text
- Excel VBA Part 53.6 - The Asc and Chr Functions
- Excel VBA Part 54.1 - The Iif Function
- Excel VBA Part 54.2 - The Switch Function
- Excel VBA Part 55.1 - Working with Dates
Built-in VBA functions videos | Excel VBA Part 55.1 - Working with Dates
Posted by Andrew Gould on 03 May 2017
This video explains the basics of working with dates in VBA. You'll learn about the Date data type and how to write unambiguous dates in your VBA code. You'll also learn about Excel's leap year bug and why some VBA dates don't match those in Excel. You'll see how to return the current date and time, as well as various techniques to format dates. The final part of the video describes a variety of date calculations and functions including the difference between DateDiff and DateDif, calculating working days using NetWorkDays and how to calculate age in years accurately.
This video has the following accompanying files:
|DatesInVBA.xlsm||Excel workbook with macros|
Click to download a zipped copy of the above files.
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