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How to Use the Microsoft Excel Object Library in Office 2007
If you want to automate tasks in Microsoft Excel using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), you need to reference the Microsoft Excel Object Library. This library contains all the objects, properties, methods, and events that you can use in your VBA code. In this article, we will show you how to check or add an object library reference in Office 2007.
What is an Object Library
An object library is a file that contains the definitions of the objects that belong to a specific application or component. For example, the Microsoft Excel Object Library defines the Workbook, Worksheet, Range, Chart, and other objects that you can manipulate in Excel. By referencing an object library, you can access the members of these objects in your VBA code using IntelliSense and the Object Browser.
How to Check or Add an Object Library Reference in Office 2007
To check or add an object library reference in Office 2007, follow these steps:
Open the Visual Basic Editor (VBE) by pressing Alt+F11 or clicking the Visual Basic button on the Developer tab.
From the Tools menu, choose References to display the References dialog box.
The References dialog box shows all object libraries registered with the operating system. Scroll through the list for the application whose object library you want to reference. If the application isn't listed, you can use the Browse button to search for object libraries (*.olb and *.tlb) or executable files (*.exe and *.dll).
Select the object library reference in the Available References box and click OK. Your VBA project now has a reference to the application's object library.
If you open the Object Browser (press F2) and select the application's library, it displays the objects provided by the selected object library, as well as each object's methods and properties. In the Object Browser, you can select a class in the Classes box and select a method or property in the Members box. Use copy and paste to add the syntax to your code.
In this article, we learned how to use the Microsoft Excel Object Library in Office 2007. By referencing this library, we can access and manipulate Excel objects in our VBA code. We also learned how to check or add an object library reference using the References dialog box and how to explore the object library using the Object Browser.
For more information about the Microsoft Excel Object Library and other Office object libraries, you can visit this link.
How to Record a Macro in Excel
One of the easiest ways to create a VBA code is to record a macro. A macro is a sequence of actions that you can perform with a simple click of a button or a keyboard shortcut. When you record a macro, Excel automatically generates the VBA code that corresponds to your actions. You can then view and edit the code in the VBE and customize it to suit your needs.
To record a macro, follow these steps:
Open Excel to a new Workbook and choose the Developer tab in the ribbon.
Choose Record Macro and accept all of the default settings in the Record Macro dialog box, including Macro1 as the name of the macro and This Workbook as the location.
Choose OK to begin recording the macro.
Perform the actions that you want to automate, such as entering data, formatting cells, copying and pasting, etc.
When you are done, choose Stop Recording from the Developer tab or press Ctrl+Shift+P.
To view the code of the recorded macro, choose Macros from the Developer tab and select Macro1. Then click Edit to open the VBE.
How to Run a Macro in Excel
Once you have created a macro, you can run it in different ways. Here are some of the common methods:
From the Developer tab, choose Macros and select the macro you want to run. Then click Run.
From the View tab, choose Macros and select the macro you want to run. Then click Run.
If you have assigned a keyboard shortcut to the macro, press that shortcut key.
If you have added a button or a shape to your worksheet and linked it to the macro, click that button or shape.
How to Edit a Macro in Excel
If you want to modify or improve your macro, you can edit it in the VBE. To edit a macro, follow these steps:
Open Excel and choose Macros from the Developer tab or View tab.
Select the macro you want to edit and click Edit. This will open the VBE with the code of the selected macro.
In the VBE, you can make changes to the code using various tools and features. For example, you can use IntelliSense to autocomplete keywords and object names, use comments to add notes or explanations, use breakpoints to pause and debug your code, etc.
When you are done editing, save your workbook as an Excel Macro-Enabled Workbook (.xlsm) file format. aa16f39245