Step 4, click the 'Visual Basic' button to open the VBA Editor.
Considering the above, you may have (correctly) thought that the purpose of this piece of VBA code is to auto-fit the column where the active cell is located so that the text the macro types fits in a single column.
After going through this Excel Macro Tutorial for Beginners, you have created your first macro and oxford handbook general practice 3rd edition understood the VBA code behind.
Copies the text that you have just typed and paste it in the cell immediately below.The name of the procedure, in this case Best_Excel_Tutorial.Since you only need to ask Excel one time to display the Developer tab, the image below only shows the actual recording of the macro.Since you may have these same questions, lets answer them.In addition to displaying code, the Code Window is where you can actually write or edit VBA code.Private Sub say_helloworld_Click MsgBox "Hi".I know I know Not very modest.The toolbar displayed in the screenshot above is the standard and default toolbar of the Visual Basic Editor.The good news is that, to a certain extent, it probably does make a little bit of sense.However, it turns out that Excel needs to carry out a lot of steps in order to carry out this action.Theyre part of the majority of efforts that has little impact on the output.This dialog allows you to: Assign a name to the macro.A module is, in the words the wheel of time book 13 of John Walkenbach in the Excel 2013 Bible, a container for VBA code.Even if you have practice in carrying out these activities and you are able to complete them relatively fast, those 5 minutes that you spend almost every day inserting your companys name and details in all the Excel worksheets you send to clients/colleagues start adding.As you become a more advanced macro user, youll see that there are several other ways to execute a macro such as the Best_Excel_Tutorial macro above.It does this as follows: Pattern sets the interior pattern.
The second option (which requires programming) is more complex than the first, particularly if you are a newcomer to the world of macros and you have no programming experience.