Office VBA Macros You Can Use Today: Over 100 Amazing Ways to Automate Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Access

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Overview

For any Microsoft Office user familiar with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, or Outlook, this book provides tutorials on the tools and tricks that automate these programs for increased productivity. Each lesson includes instructions and a downloadable file on which to test the VBA macros and procedures provided. Tasks covered include how to run several mail merges at once, removing duplicates from data, and saving email attachments.

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Overview

For any Microsoft Office user familiar with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, or Outlook, this book provides tutorials on the tools and tricks that automate these programs for increased productivity. Each lesson includes instructions and a downloadable file on which to test the VBA macros and procedures provided. Tasks covered include how to run several mail merges at once, removing duplicates from data, and saving email attachments.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781932802061
  • Publisher: Holy Macro! Books
  • Publication date: 11/1/2005
  • Pages: 512
  • Sales rank: 472,542
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.86 (d)

Meet the Author

Juan Pablo González is a professional VBA developer and a Microsoft MVP in Excel. He lives in Carbondale, Illinois. Cindy Meister is a Microsoft MVP in Word. Suat Ozgur is a Microsoft Office expert. Bill Dilworth is a Microsoft MVP in PowerPoint.

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Table of Contents

Foreword a
About the Authors and Contributors c
Juan Pablo Gonzalez c
Cindy Meister d
Suat Ozgur d
Bill Dilworth e
Nico Altink e
Contributors f
Introduction 1
What is VBA? 1
Save Time 1
Take Advantage of UserForms 1
Develop User-defined Functions 2
Enjoy Security 2
How to Use This Book 3
Using the Procedures 3
Understanding Code Comments 3
Inserting Paragraph Returns in Code 4
Using Menu Commands 4
Identifying Procedure Components 4
Using Sample Files 5
Backup Your Files! 5
Version Compatibility 5
Introducing the Visual Basic Editor 7
Accessing Visual Basic Editor (VBE) 8
Touring the VBE Toolbar 9
Setting VBE Options 11
Using Project Explorer 12
Understanding VBA Project 13
Working with Modules 14
Using the Main Code Window 16
Protecting Your Projects 18
Excel Procedures 19
Printing All Files 19
Saving a Workbook as Today's Date 21
Highlighting Duplicates Within a Range 23
Sorting Worksheets 25
Generating a Unique List 27
Using AutoFilter on a Protected Sheet 30
Deleting Rows Based on Criteria 31
Checking Whether or Not a File Exists 35
Removing Hyperlinks 36
Applying SUM / COUNT by Color 37
Using More Than Three Conditional Formats 40
Providing a Calendar to Choose Dates for Input 42
Restricting Text Box Entry to Numbers 45
Running a Macro When a Cell Changes 47
Forcing the Use of a Custom Print Procedure 49
Restricting the User to a Portion of the Worksheet 50
Copying a Workbook with Macros Removed 52
Inserting Empty Rows in a Range 54
Creating a Custom Toolbar 56
Creating a Table of Contents of a Workbook 60
Changing the Case of Text 62
Creating a Photo Album 64
Deleting the Empty Rows in a Range 67
Creating a List of Files That Reside in a Directory 69
Forcing the User to Enable Macros 73
Finding and Replacing a String in All Open Workbooks 75
Converting Data to a Tabular Format 76
AutoNumbering Invoices and Other Workbooks 79
Comparing Columns Using Various Criteria 80
Deleting the Contents of Unlocked Cells 83
Hiding All Standard Toolbars Except Your Own 85
Creating a PPT Presentation from a Pivot Chart 88
Saving a Backup Copy of a Workbook 93
Importing Your Contacts from Outlook 96
E-mailing from Excel with Outlook 99
Printing a UserForm 102
Importing and Formatting a Text File 105
Extracting Numbers from a Text String 109
Finding and Deleting Erroneously Named Ranges 111
Logging Actions When a Cell Changes 113
Synchronizing Page Fields of Pivot Tables 116
Word Procedures 119
Applying Your Favorite Bullet/Number Format 119
Finding and Replacing in Multiple Documents 122
Highlighting a Selection 126
Highlighting a Selection in Word 2002/XP 127
Removing All Highlighting 129
Inserting AutoText with No Formatting 130
Updating All Fields 131
Setting Hyperlinks on Index Entries 132
Displaying a Number in Millions as Text 138
Copying Nested Field Codes as Text 141
Converting AutoNumbered Text into Normal Text 144
Reverse Numbering 144
Tables: Changing the Tab Direction 146
Tables: Suppressing New Rows When Tabbing 148
Tables: Formatting Numbers in a Selection 149
Tables: Copying Formulas 151
Using Calendar Wizard 157
Formatting Your Calendar 163
Inserting a Picture with Caption 164
Making Changes 168
Associating a Picture with a Page 170
Forms: Suppressing New Paragraphs in Form Fields 175
Forms: Formatting Text Input in Form Fields 178
Changing Other Types of Formatting 182
Forms: Inserting a New Table Row 183
Forms: Deleting a Table Row 189
Forms: Placing a Picture in a Protected Form 193
Mail Merge: Using a Relative Path for Data Source 195
Mail Merge: Displaying the Mail Merge Interface 198
Mail Merge: Creating a User-Friendly List of Fields 200
Mail Merge: Making Placecards Using WordArt 203
Mail Merge: Creating a One-to-Many List 205
Mail Merge: Merging with a Chart 215
Transferring a Selection to a New Document 225
Splitting a Document into Multiple Files 230
Creating a Folder Tree Menu 236
Changing Custom Dictionaries On-the-Fly 245
Formatting Spelling Errors for Printing 249
Entering Data Easily Using a Custom Dialog Box 254
Creating a Bookmark from a Selection 260
Making Bookmarks Visible 264
Forcing the User to Enable Macros 265
Generating the Document Using VBA 265
Using Forms Protection 267
Macros in Files Opened by Code 267
Outlook Procedures 269
Creating Control Buttons 269
Saving E-mail Attachments in a Specified Folder 271
Creating a Contacts Database 274
Sending a Web Page as the Body of an E-mail Message 279
Sending a Message Individually to Multiple Recipients 282
Sending Daily Attachments to Certain Recipients 287
Creating Reminders Automatically 290
Creating Task Items Automatically in Outlook 294
Special: Outlook Security 300
Auto Replying to Selected E-mail Messages 301
Remote Control with Outlook E-mail Message 302
PowerPoint Procedures 305
Inserting a Predefined Number of Slides 305
Manipulating AutoShapes 306
Grabbing All Text 308
Moving Shapes and Graphics During Presentation 310
Making a Random Jump to Another Slide 313
Random Madness 315
Sending Word Outline to Notes Section of PowerPoint 316
Wrapping Text to the Next Slide 319
Saving the Show Point 321
Personalizing a Presentation 322
Creating a New Presentation 324
Access Procedures 327
Splitting Names 327
Designing Consistent Forms 331
Triggering a New Form Based on a Subform Selection 334
Selecting and Filtering with Cascading Combo Boxes 337
E-mailing a Selection 342
Making a Rolodex-type Selection Listbox 346
Validating Data 350
Moving Rows Between Listboxes 353
Moving Rows in Listboxes 355
Creating a Dynamic Crosstab Report 357
Generating Periodic Reports 359
Creating Controlled Numbers 361
Making a Wizard with Tabbed Control 363
Combined Procedures 367
Transferring Charts From Excel to PowerPoint 367
Saving Word Form Data to an Excel Spreadsheet 368
Filling a Word Combo Box with Data from Excel 371
Transferring Data from E-mail Attachments to Excel 378
Creating Word Labels from an Excel Recipient List 382
Creating Custom Mail Merge Using Data in Excel Worksheet 389
Using Calendar Control for Office Applications 391
Appendix A403
Opening and Using the Visual Basic Editor 403
Locating the Code Object 404
Inserting a Module 406
Inserting a UserForm 407
Opening Worksheet Objects (Excel) 410
Opening ThisWorkbook Object (Excel) 412
Opening ThisDocument Objects (Word) 412
Opening ThisOutlookSession Objects (Outlook) 413
Opening Slide Objects (Powerpoint) 414
Access Objects 415
Appendix B417
Running a macro 417
Running a Macro Automatically 417
Running a Macro Manually 417
Running a Macro from a Toolbar Button 418
Running a Macro Using Shortcut Keys 419
Index 421
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