ByRef vs ByVal

When passing arguments to a procedure (sub or function) the default will be 'byRef' in Excel VBA, thus you don't have to write 'byRef' before the variable. If you want to pass ByVal you have to explicitly write 'ByVal' before the variable. When using ByVal you are only passing a copy of the argument to … Continue reading ByRef vs ByVal

Check If Each Input Box is filled

Many times you don't want a user to proceed until all input boxes are filled. To solve this you can loop through each control with a For Each statement. For Each will be especially useful when you there are many controls and you don't want to reference each name individually. The examples below show how … Continue reading Check If Each Input Box is filled

Clear All Check Boxes In Excel VBA Userform

This example uses a for each loop so that each check box name does not have to be explicitly written out. This is useful when you are adding more control and limit the amount of code you are writing. Better Method Dim ctrl As Control Sub ClearAllButton_Click() For Each ctrl In exportFilesUF.Controls If TypeName(ctrl) = … Continue reading Clear All Check Boxes In Excel VBA Userform

Compile Bill of Materials and Remove Duplicates

This example builds upon the methods of finding duplicate data. See In order for a row to be complied, Column A, E and K have to match the data in other rows. After running the example the data was been reduced from 35 rows to 30 rows. This helps purchasing departments so they don't … Continue reading Compile Bill of Materials and Remove Duplicates

Editing Dynamic Block Attributes

Paste the following code into excel VBA module. Next add a folder named 'support' and put the dwg file that has all your dynamic blocks. Keep the 'support' folder in the same folder as the excel workbook. See this post on creating dynamic blocks . I have also uploaded a folder called 'support' on … Continue reading Editing Dynamic Block Attributes