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 54.2 - The Switch Function
Posted by Andrew Gould on 27 February 2017
The Switch function allows you to perform multiple logical tests in a single, succinct expression in VBA. For simple conditions, you can use Switch as an elegant replacement for long-winded Select Case statements. This video shows how the Switch function works, inluding how to use it to create a user-defined function to help separate a list of data into different sheets.
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