Published: 17.10.2017 17:59

Excel vba immediate window commands

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You’ll notice that whenever you open an Excel workbook that references another workbook, the latter is opened automatically. Additionally, you won’t be able to close the referenced Excel workbook without closing the one that you originally opened. If you try to do this, Excel warns you that the workbook is currently referenced by another workbook and cannot be closed.

5 Ways to Use the VBA Immediate Window - Excel Campus

When I tried to undocking the immediate window back, for some reason, the immediate window covered the whole screen and VBA editor is gone! I tried to open from different modules but still can get both VAB editor and immediate window showing up at the same screen.

Immediate Window

The 7 most common types of procedures in Visual Basic for Applications are Sub procedures and Function procedures. In this VBA tutorial, I focus on VBA Sub procedures. I cover Function procedures in this separate Excel tutorial.

'loop will run only for i = 6 because iTotal would have exceeded 8 by then & the condition (Until iTotal 8) is tested before the Do loop starts

For iRow = 6 To 5555
If (iRow, 7) = “United States” Then
(iRow, 6)
End If
Next iRow
MsgBox (“Total number of customers from US is ” + )

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Regardless of the above, this option is one of the most commonly used methods to execute VBA Sub procedures. When using it, you can run a VBA Sub procedure in 7 simple steps. Let’s take a look at them.

Refer Images 8a to 8f which display the macro in the Code window and the Locals window below - we explain this step by step by stepping through the code by pressing F8:

I’ll cover how to customize the Quick Access Toolbar more in detail in future tutorials. For the moment, let’s take a look at how you can add a macro button to the Quick Access Toolbar in 5 easy steps.

Now that we’ve reached the end of this VBA tutorial, please share your knowledge by leaving a comment below answering the following question: