This set of functions will let you track how long it took for one or more pieces of VBA code to run. The logic includes three sections: name and initialize the timer, end the timer, and write the results to a log file. Here is...
This function can be used to return total hours or total minutes from a column of Hours and a column of Minute values. For example, in the table below, an Hours value was captured separately from a Minutes value in a time clock application. If...
This function uses a combination of Microsoft Access, VBA, and Microsoft Excel to transfer the values from an Access form in PivotTable view to the clipboard. It is a good example of automation using late binding. The Challenge My goal was to automate the process...
This VBA function returns the first row, last row, first column, or last column of a Microsoft Excel range address. It is also a good example of using a custom enumerated type. A typical range address is a string that defines a rectangle of cells. ...
Need to get a count of the number of columns in the results of a MS Access query that are not Null? This VBA code will do it. Code: Public Function CountValues(Val1, Val2, Val3, Val4, Val5, Val6) As Integer ' This function passes back the...
Some operating systems block files that come from other computers. If you cannot get a downloaded file to work properly, right-click over the file, select the Properties option, and then click the Unblock button at the bottom of the General tab.
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