[Free ebook]Beyond Cut, Copy and Paste: Dig Deeper into the World of Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint by Henry Balogun Ph.D - EBOOK VBA EXCEL

EBOOK VBA EXCEL

EVBA.info ( Ebook VBA Excel ) Welcome EVBA.info - Nothing Is Unable ... About Excel Tricks, Learning VBA Programming, Dedicated Software, Free Courses, Living Skills ...

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

[Free ebook]Beyond Cut, Copy and Paste: Dig Deeper into the World of Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint by Henry Balogun Ph.D

[Free ebook]Beyond Cut, Copy and Paste: Dig Deeper into the World of Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint by Henry Balogun Ph.D


DOWNLOAD PDF
DOWNLOAD AZW3

Author:Henry Balogun Ph.D.
Language: eng
Format: azw3 + pdf
ISBN: 9781469711706
Publisher: iUniverse
Published: 2019-07-30T04:00:00+00:00
8. Click on the Stop Recording button on the toolbar.
Running Macro
Once you have created a macro, running it is easy. When we were recording the last macro, we assigned the macro to a shortcut—Ctrl + 7. To run the macro, make sure the original mail merge letter is open and active on your screen.
Hold down the Ctrl key and press 7. The Data Form screen should pop up. To run a macro from the Tools menu, follow these steps:
1. Open the document in which you want to run the macro—in this case, open the mail merge letter
2. Choose Tools à Macro à Macros.
3. In the list box, select the macro you want to run; then click Run to run the macro.
Assigning a Macro to a Button
Once you have created a macro to automate repetitive tasks, you can assign the macro to a button on the toolbar to make it much easier to use.
Steps
1. Display the toolbar that you want to add the button to. We are going to add the new button to the toolbar we created earlier. Don’t forget that we gave the new toolbar the name “My Office.”
#evba #etipfree #eama #kingexcel

📤How to Download ebooks: https://www.evba.info/2020/02/instructions-for-downloading-documents.html?m=1

No comments:

Post a Comment