Excel File Recovery

How to Utilize Conditional Events to Present Data in Different Levels of Details

Spreadsheet rows can trigger context-sensitive events by using the "BeforeDoubleClick" event. In this simple exercise we illustrate how to drill-down from an executive report to the data below. This article assumes the reader has the Developer ribbon displayed and is familiar with the VBA Editor. If not, please Google "Excel Developer Tab" or "Excel Code Window". The workbook to be used has a number of populated sheets. Please use the one found here for this exercise. The...

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How to Create Customized Menus in Your Excel Worksheet via VBA

The Excel ribbon can be modified to suit a particular job. This exercise creates new menus that point users to specific sheets relevant to their task. In this article, we will introduce how to create customized menus in your Excel worksheet, like this: This article assumes the reader has the Developer ribbon displayed and is familiar with the VBA Editor. If not, please Google "Excel Developer Tab" or "Excel Code Window". Workbook The workbook to be used has a number of sheets. We...

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How to Open and Populate Template with Excel VBA

Excel Templates are typically workbooks, with a reporting framework, often supported by functions. A templates (xltx) can be used over and again without polluting it with data. After population with data, a template workbook is saved as an xlsx, preserving the virgin state of the xltx itself. In this exercise we will use VBA code  to open and populate a template. The template can be found here and Excel Macro used can be found here. This article assumes the reader has the Developer...

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