Monthly Archives: February 2014

The Amsterdam Excel Summit

Originally posted on Excel and UDF Performance Stuff:
A Unique Opportunity Dear Excel lovers, Is Excel the first and last application you use every day? Do you want to improve your Excel skills and get first-hand knowledge from the absolute…

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VBA: Four Ways To Change Variable Values In Break Mode

Zack’s recent post over at Excel & Access Experts got me thinking: how many ways are there to change a variable’s value in break mode? Needing no further excuses to give Cropper a try, here’s what I came up with. … Continue reading

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A Guided Tour Through The VBA IDE’s Options

The VBA Integrated Development Environment provides a limited set of options under Tools > Options which will let you customise the environment for your own personal needs. Microsoft hasn’t added anything new to this part of MS Office for many years … Continue reading


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