Excel

Useful Macro Codes

Do you know with the help of these useful macros, you can break all the limitations of excel which you think excel has?

You can use these macro codes even if you haven’t used VBA before that. All you have to do just paste these useful macros codes in your VBA editor.

These codes will exactly do the same thing which headings are telling you. For your convenience, please follow these steps to add these codes to your workbook.

First of all, make sure you have your developer tab on your excel ribbon. If you don’t have please use these simple steps to activate developer tab.

 

  • Go to your developer tab and click on “Visual Basic”.

click on visual basic editor before you use these useful macros for excel

  • On the left side in “Project Window”, right click on the name of your workbook and insert a new module.

add module to paste these useful macros for excel

  • Just paste your macro into the module and close it.
  • Now, go to your developer tab and use these codes from macros.

1. Create a Backup of a Current Workbook

This is one of the most useful macros which can help you to save a backup file of your current workbook. It will create a backup file in the same directory where your current file is saved.

And, it will also add the current date with the name of the file.

Sub FileBackUp()
ThisWorkbook.SaveCopyAs Filename:=ThisWorkbook.Path & _
"\" & Format(Date, "mm-dd-yy") & " " & _
ThisWorkbook.name
End Sub

2. Close All Workbooks at Once

Use this macro code to close all open workbooks. This macro code will first check all the workbooks one by one and close them.

If any of the worksheets is not saved, you’ll get a message to save it.

Sub CloseAllWorkbooks()
Dim wbs As Workbook
For Each wbs In Workbooks
wbs.Close SaveChanges:=True
Next wb
End Sub

3. Hide All but the Active Worksheet

Now, let’s say if you want to hide all the worksheets in your workbook other than the active worksheet. This macro code will do this for you.

Sub HideWorksheet() 
Dim ws As Worksheet 
For Each ws In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets 
If ws.Name <> ThisWorkbook.ActiveSheet.Name Then 
ws.Visible = xlSheetHidden 
End If 
Next ws 
End Sub

4. Unhide All Hidden Worksheets

And, if you want to un-hide all the worksheets which you hide with previous code, here is the code for that.

Sub UnhideAllWorksheet()
Dim ws As Worksheet
For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets
ws.Visible = xlSheetVisible
Next ws
End Sub

5. Delete All but the Active Worksheet

If you want to delete all the worksheets other than the active sheet, this macro is useful for you.

When you run this macro it will compare the name of the active worksheet with other worksheets and then delete them.

Sub DeleteWorksheets()
Dim ws As Worksheet
For Each ws In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets
If ws.name <> ThisWorkbook.ActiveSheet.name Then
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
ws.Delete
Application.DisplayAlerts = True
End If
Next ws
End Sub

6. Copy Active Worksheet Into a New Workbook

Let’s say if you want to copy your active worksheet in a new workbook, just run this macro code. And, it will do the same for you.

It’s a super time saver.

Sub CopyWorksheetToNewWorkbook()
ThisWorkbook.ActiveSheet.Copy _
Before:=Workbooks.Add.Worksheets(1)
End Sub

7. Protect All Worksheets Instantly

Want to protect your all worksheets in one go?

Here is a useful macro for you. When you run this macro, you will get an input box to enter a password. Once you enter your password, click OK. And, make sure to take care about CAPS.

Sub ProtecAllWorskeets()
Dim ws As Worksheet
Dim ps As String
ps = InputBox("Enter a Password.", vbOKCancel)
For Each ws In ActiveWorkbook.Worksheets
ws.Protect Password:=ps
Next ws
End Sub

8. Convert All Formulas Into Values

Simply convert formulas into values.

When you run this macro it will quickly change the formulas into absolute values.

Sub ConvertToValues()
Dim MyRange As Range
Dim MyCell As Range
Select Case MsgBox("You Can't Undo This Action. " & "Save Workbook First?", vbYesNoCancel, "Alert")
Case Is = vbYes
ThisWorkbook.Save
Case Is = vbCancel
Exit Sub
End Select
Set MyRange = Selection
For Each MyCell In MyRange
If MyCell.HasFormula Then
MyCell.Formula = MyCell.Value
End If
Next MyCell
End Sub

9. Remove Spaces from Selected Cells

One of the most useful macros from this list.

It will check your selection and then remove extra spaces from that.

Sub RemoveSpaces()
Dim myRange As Range
Dim myCell As Range
Select Case MsgBox("You Can't Undo This Action. " & "Save Workbook First?", _
vbYesNoCancel, "Alert")
Case Is = vbYes
ThisWorkbook.Save
Case Is = vbCancel
Exit Sub
End Select
Set myRange = Selection
For Each myCell In myRange
If Not IsEmpty(myCell) Then
myCell = Trim(myCell)
End If
Next myCell
End Sub

10. Highlight Duplicates from Selection

This macro will check each cell of your selection and highlight the duplicate values . You can also change the color from the code.

Sub HighlightDuplicateValues()
Dim myRange As Range
Dim myCell As Range
Set myRange = Selection
For Each myCell In myRange
If WorksheetFunction.CountIf(myRange, myCell.Value) > 1 Then
myCell.Interior.ColorIndex = 36
End If
Next myCell
End Sub

11. Hide All Pivot Table Subtotals

After creating a pivot table, if you want to hide all the subtotals, just run this code.  First of all, make sure to select a cell from your pivot table and then run this macro.

Sub HideSubtotals()
Dim pt As PivotTable
Dim pf As PivotField
On Error Resume Next
Set pt = ActiveSheet.PivotTables(ActiveCell.PivotTable.name)
If pt Is Nothing Then
MsgBox "You must place your cursor inside of a PivotTable."
Exit Sub
End If
For Each pf In pt.PivotFields
pf.Subtotals(1) = True
pf.Subtotals(1) = False
Next pf
End Sub

12. Refresh All Pivot Tables

A super quick method to refresh pivot tables.

Just run this code and all of your pivot tables in your workbook will be refresh in a single shot.

Sub RefreshAllPivotTables()
Dim ws As Worksheet
Dim pt As PivotTable
For Each ws In ThisWorkbook.Worksheets
For Each pt In ws.PivotTables
pt.RefreshTable
Next pt
Next ws
End Sub

13. Resize All Charts in a Worksheet

Make all chart same in size.

This macro code will help you to make all the charts of the same size. You can change the height and width of charts by changing it in macro code.

Sub Resize_Charts()
Dim i As Integer
For i = 1 To ActiveSheet.ChartObjects.Count
With ActiveSheet.ChartObjects(i)
.Width = 300
.Height = 200
End With
Next i
End Sub

14. Highlight the Active Row and Column

I really love this macro code whenever I have to analyze a data table.

Here are the quick steps to apply this code.

  • Open VBE (ALT + F11).
  • Go to Project Explorer (Ctrl + R, If hidden). Select your workbook & double click on the name of a particular worksheet in which you want to activate the macro.
  • Paste the code into it  & Select the “BeforeDoubleClick” from event drop down menu.
  • Close VBE & you are done.

Remember that, by applying this macro you will not able to edit the cell by double click.

Private Sub Worksheet_BeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean)
Dim strRange As String
strRange = Target.Cells.Address & "," & _
Target.Cells.EntireColumn.Address & "," & _
Target.Cells.EntireRow.Address
Range(strRange).Select
End Sub

15. Save selected range as a PDF

Select the range, run this macro and you will get a PDF file for that selected range. It’s really cool.

Sub SaveAsPDF()
Selection.ExportAsFixedFormat Type:=xlTypePDF, OpenAfterPublish:=True
End Sub

16. Create a Table of Content

Let’s say you have more than 100 worksheets in your workbook. And, it’s hard to navigate now.

Don’t worry this macro code will rescue everything. When you run this code it will create a new worksheet and list the name of all worksheets with a  hyperlink to them.

Sub TableofContent()
Dim i As Long
On Error Resume Next
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
Worksheets("Table of Content").Delete
Application.DisplayAlerts = True
On Error GoTo 0
ThisWorkbook.Sheets.Add Before:=ThisWorkbook.Worksheets(1)
ActiveSheet.Name = "Table of Content"
For i = 1 To Sheets.Count
With ActiveSheet
.Hyperlinks.Add _
Anchor:=ActiveSheet.Cells(i, 1), _
Address:="", _
SubAddress:="'" & Sheets(i).Name & "'!A1", _
ScreenTip:=Sheets(i).Name, _
TextToDisplay:=Sheets(i).Name
End With
Next i
End Sub

17. Remove Characters from a string

Simply remove characters from the starting of a text string.

All you need is to refer to a cell or insert a text into the function nad number of characters to remove from the text string.

It has two arguments “rng” for the text string and “cnt” for the count of characters to remove. For example: If you want to remove first characters from a cell, you need to enter 1 in cnt.

Public Function removeFirstC(rng As String, cnt As Long)
removeFirstC = Right(rng, Len(rng) - cnt)
End Function

18. Active Workbook in an Email

Use this macro code to quickly send your active workbook in an e-mail.

You can change the subject, email, and body text in code. And if you want to send this mail directly, use “.Send” instead of “.Display”.

Sub Send_Mail()
Dim OutApp As Object
Dim OutMail As Object
Set OutApp = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
Set OutMail = OutApp.CreateItem(0)
With OutMail
.to = "Sales@FrontLinePaper.com"
.Subject = "Growth Report"
.Body = "Hello Team, Please find attached Growth Report."
.Attachments.Add ActiveWorkbook.FullName
.display
End With
Set OutMail = Nothing
Set OutApp = Nothing
End Sub

19. Convert Range into an image

Paste selected range as an image. You just have to select the range and once you run this code it will automatically insert a picture for that range.

Sub PasteAsPicture()
 Application.CutCopyMode = False
 Selection.Copy
 ActiveSheet.Pictures.Paste.Select
End Sub

20. Insert a Linked Picture

Insert a live image. This VBA code will convert your selected range into a linked picture and you can use that image anywhere you want.

Sub LinkedPicture()
Selection.Copy
ActiveSheet.Pictures.Paste(Link:=True).Select
End Sub

21. Highlight Top 10 Values

Instantly. Just select a range and run this macro and it will highlight top 10 values with the green color.

Sub TopTen()
Selection.FormatConditions.AddTop10
 Selection.FormatConditions(Selection.FormatConditions.Count).SetFirstPriority
 With SelectionWithFormatConditions(1)
 .TopBottom = xlTop10Top
 .Rank = 10
 .Percent = False
 End With
 With Selection.FormatConditions(1).Font
 .Color = -16752384
 .TintAndShade = 0
 End With
 With Selection.FormatConditions(1).Interior
 .PatternColorIndex = xlAutomatic
 .Color = 13561798
 .TintAndShade = 0
 End With
 Selection.FormatConditions(1).StopIfTrue = False
End Sub

22. Add Serial Numbers

This macro code will help you to automatically add serial numbers in your excel sheet. Once you run this macro it will show an input box and you need enter last number for serial numbers

After that, it will instantly insert serial numbers starting from the active cell.

Sub AddSerialNumbers()
Dim i As Integer
On Error GoTo Last
i = InputBox("Enter Value", "Enter Serial Numbers")
For i = 1 To i 
 ActiveCell.Value = i
 ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Activate
 Next i
 Last:
 Exit Sub
End Sub

23. Insert Multiple Worksheets

Insert multiple worksheets in a single shot.

You can use this code if you want to add multiple worksheets in your workbook in a single shot. When you run this macro code you will get an input box to enter the total number of sheets you want to enter.

Sub InsertMultipleSheets()
 Dim i As Integer
 i = InputBox("Enter number of sheets to insert.", "Enter Multiple Sheets")
 Sheets.Add After:=ActiveSheet, Count:=i
End Sub

24. Highlight Named Ranges

Instantly highlight named ranges.

If you are not sure about how many named ranges you have in your worksheet then you can use this code to highlight all of them.

Sub HighlightRanges()
 Dim RangeName As Name
 Dim HighlightRange As Range
 On Error Resume Next
 For Each RangeName In ActiveWorkbook.Names
 Set HighlightRange = RangeName.RefersToRange
 HighlightRange.Interior.ColorIndex = 36
 Next RangeName
End Sub

25. Highlight Greater than Values

Instantly highlight greater than values.

Once you run this code it will ask you for the value from which you want to highlight all greater values.

Sub HighlightGreaterThanValues()
Dim i As Integer
i = InputBox("Enter Greater Than Value", "Enter Value")
Selection.FormatConditions.Delete
 Selection.FormatConditions.Add Type:=xlCellValue, Operator:=xlGreater, Formula1:=i
 Selection.FormatConditions(Selection.FormatConditions.Count).SetFirstPriority
 With Selection.FormatConditions(1)
 .Font.Color = RGB(0, 0, 0)
 .Interior.Color = RGB(31, 218, 154)
 End With
End Sub

26. Highlight Lower than Values

Instantly highlight lower than values.

Once you run this code it will ask you for the value from which you want to highlight all lower values.

Sub HighlightLowerThanValues()

Dim i As Integer
i = InputBox("Enter Lower Than Value", "Enter Value")
Selection.FormatConditions.Delete
 Selection.FormatConditions.Add Type:=xlCellValue, Operator:=xlLower, Formula1:=i
 Selection.FormatConditions(Selection.FormatConditions.Count).SetFirstPriority
 With Selection.FormatConditions(1)
 .Font.Color = RGB(0, 0, 0)
 .Interior.Color = RGB(217, 83, 79)
 End With
End Sub

27. Protect Worksheet

Protect your worksheet with a single click.

If you want to protect your worksheet you can use this macro code. All you have to do just mention your password in the code.

Sub ProtectWS()
ActiveSheet.Protect "mypassword", True, True
End Sub

28. Unprotect Worksheet

Unprotect your worksheet with a single click.

If you want to unprotect your worksheet you can use this macro code. All you have to do just mention your password which you have used while protecting your worksheet.

Sub UnprotectWS()
ActiveSheet.Unprotect "mypassword"
End Sub

29. Convert Text To Upper Case

Convert selected text into upper case text.

This code will help you to convert your text into upper case text in a click.

Sub ConvertUpperCase()

Dim rng As Range

For Each rng In Selection
 rng = UCase(rng)
 Next rng

End Sub

30. Convert Text To Lower Case

Convert selected text into lower case text.

This code will help you to convert your text into lower case text in a click.

Sub ConvertLowerCase()

Dim rng As Range

For Each rng In Selection
 rng = LCase(rng)
 Next rng

End Sub

31. Insert Multiple Columns

Quickly insert multiple columns.

Once you run this macro it will show an input box and you need to enter the number of columns you want to insert.

Sub InsertMultipleColumns()

Dim i As Integer
Dim j As Integer

ActiveCell.EntireColumn.Select

On Error GoTo Last

i = InputBox("Enter number of columns to insert", "Insert Columns")

For j = 1 To i
 
 Selection.Insert Shift:=xlToRight, CopyOrigin:=xlFormatFromRightorAbove
 
 Next j
 
Last:

Exit Sub

End Sub

32. Insert Multiple Rows

Quickly insert multiple rows.

Once you run this macro it will show an input box and you need to enter the number of rows you want to insert.

Sub InsertMultipleRows()

Dim i As Integer
Dim j As Integer

ActiveCell.EntireRow.Select

On Error GoTo Last

i = InputBox("Enter number of columns to insert", "Insert Columns")

 For j = 1 To i
 
 Selection.Insert Shift:=xlToDown, CopyOrigin:=xlFormatFromRightorAbove
 
 Next j
 
Last:

Exit Sub

End Sub

33. Auto Fit Columns

Quickly auto fit all the columns in your worksheet.

This macro code will select all the cells in your worksheet and instantly autofit all the columns.

Sub AutoFitColumns() 

Cells.Select 

Cells.EntireColumn.AutoFit 

End Sub

34. Auto Fit Rows

Quickly auto fit all the row in your worksheet.

This macro code will select all the cells in your worksheet and instantly autofit all the row.

Sub AutoFitRows() 
Cells.Select 
Cells.EntireRow.AutoFit 
End Sub

35. Remove Text Wrap

Remove text wrap from entire worksheet.

This code will help you to remove text wrap from all the worksheet in a single click. It will first select all the columns and then remove text wrap.

Sub RemoveWrapText() 
Cells.Select Selection.WrapText = False 
Cells.EntireRow.AutoFit 
Cells.EntireColumn.AutoFit 
End Sub

36. Unmerge Cells

Unmerge all the cells.

Select your cells and run this code. It will unmerge all the cells from the selection.

Sub UnmergeCells() 
Selection.UnMerge 
End Sub

37. Change Chart Type

Convert a chart from one to another.

This code will help you to convert chart type without using chart options from the tab. All you have to do just specify to which type you want to convert.

Below code will convert selected chart to a clustered column chart. There are different codes for different types, you can find all those types from here.

Sub ChangeChartType() 
ActiveChart.ChartType = xlColumnClustered 
End Sub

38. Paste Chart as an Image

Create an image of your chart. 

This code will help you to convert your chart into an image. You just need to select your chart and run this code.

Sub ConvertChartToPicture()
 ActiveChart.ChartArea.Copy
 ActiveSheet.Range("A1").Select
 ActiveSheet.Pictures.Paste.Select
End Sub

39. Add Chart Title

Add or change chart title.

First of all, you need to select your chart and the run this code. You will get an input box to enter chart title.

Sub AddChartTitle()
Dim i As Variant
i = InputBox("Please enter your chart title", "Chart Title")
On Error GoTo Last
ActiveChart.SetElement (msoElementChartTitleAboveChart)
ActiveChart.ChartTitle.Text = i
Last:
Exit Sub
End Sub

40. Reverse Text

A simple custom function to reverse text.

All you have to do just enter “rvrse” function in a cell and refer to the cell in which you have text which you want to reverse.

Public Function rvrse(ByVal cell As Range) As String
 rvrse = VBA.strReverse(cell.Value)
End Function

41. Sort Worksheets

Quickly sort worksheets.

This code will help you to sort worksheets in your workbook according to their name.

Sub SortWorksheets()
Dim i As Integer
Dim j As Integer
Dim iAnswer As VbMsgBoxResult

iAnswer = MsgBox("Sort Sheets in Ascending Order?" & Chr(10) _
 & "Clicking No will sort in Descending Order", _
 vbYesNoCancel + vbQuestion + vbDefaultButton1, "Sort Worksheets")
 For i = 1 To Sheets.Count
 For j = 1 To Sheets.Count - 1

If iAnswer = vbYes Then
 If UCase$(Sheets(j).Name) > UCase$(Sheets(j + 1).Name) Then
 Sheets(j).Move After:=Sheets(j + 1)
 End If

ElseIf iAnswer = vbNo Then
 If UCase$(Sheets(j).Name) < UCase$(Sheets(j + 1).Name) Then
 Sheets(j).Move After:=Sheets(j + 1)

End If
 End If

Next j
 Next i

End Sub

42. Add Workbook to a mail Attachment

Attach your excel file in a mail.

Once you run this macro it will open your default mail client and attached active workbook with it as an attachment.

Sub OpenWorkbookAsAttachment()
Application.Dialogs(xlDialogSendMail).Show
End Sub

43. Activate R1C1 Reference Style

Activate R1C1 without using excel options.

This macro code will help you to activate R1C1 reference style without using excel options.

Sub ActivateR1C1()
 If Application.ReferenceStyle = xlA1 Then
 Application.ReferenceStyle = xlR1C1
 Else
 Application.ReferenceStyle = xlR1C1
 End If
End Sub

44. Activate A1 Reference Style

Activate A1 without using excel options.

This macro code will help you to activate A1 reference style without using excel options.

Sub ActivateA1()
If Application.ReferenceStyle = xlR1C1 Then
 Application.ReferenceStyle = xlA1
Else
 Application.ReferenceStyle = xlA1
End If
End Sub

45. Open Calculator

Open windows calculator.

When you run this code it will open window calculator which you can use for your calculations.

Sub OpenCalculator()
 Application.ActivateMicrosoftApp Index:=0
End Sub

46. Use Text To Speech

Make excel speak.

Just select a range and run this code, excel will speak all the text what you have in that range, cell by cell.

Sub Speak()
Selection.Speak
End Sub

47. Activate User Form

User form without any VBA code.

There is a default user form in excel which you can use for data entry. And, you can use this code to activate that user form.

Sub DataForm()
 ActiveSheet.ShowDataForm
End Sub

48. Insert TimeStamp

Quickly insert the time stamp.

With this code, you can insert a time stamp from 00:00 to 23:00.

Sub TimeStamp()
 Dim i As Integer
 For i = 1 To 24
 ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = i & ":00"
 ActiveCell.NumberFormat = "[$-409]h:mm AM/PM;@"
 ActiveCell.Offset(RowOffset:=1, ColumnOffset:=0).Select
 Next i
End Sub

49. Create Pivot Table

Automate your pivot table.

You can create a pivot table with this code in seconds with this code.

Sub InsertPivotTable()

'Declare Variables
Dim PSheet As Worksheet
Dim DSheet As Worksheet
Dim PCache As PivotCache
Dim PTable As PivotTable
Dim PRange As Range
Dim LastRow As Long
Dim LastCol As Long

'Delete Preivous Pivot Table Worksheet & Insert a New Blank Worksheet With Same Name
On Error Resume Next
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
Worksheets("PivotTable").Delete
Sheets.Add Before:=ActiveSheet
ActiveSheet.Name = "PivotTable"
Application.DisplayAlerts = True
Set PSheet = Worksheets("PivotTable")
Set DSheet = Worksheets("Data")

'Define Data Range
LastRow = DSheet.Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row
LastCol = DSheet.Cells(1, Columns.Count).End(xlToLeft).Column
Set PRange = DSheet.Cells(1, 1).Resize(LastRow, LastCol)

'Define Pivot Cache
Set PCache = ActiveWorkbook.PivotCaches.Create _
(SourceType:=xlDatabase, SourceData:=PRange). _
CreatePivotTable(TableDestination:=PSheet.Cells(2, 2), _
TableName:="SalesPivotTable")

'Insert Blank Pivot Table
Set PTable = PCache.CreatePivotTable _
(TableDestination:=PSheet.Cells(1, 1), TableName:="SalesPivotTable")

'Insert Row Fields
With ActiveSheet.PivotTables("SalesPivotTable").PivotFields("Year")
        .Orientation = xlRowField
        .Position = 1
End With
With ActiveSheet.PivotTables("SalesPivotTable").PivotFields("Month")
        .Orientation = xlRowField
        .Position = 2
End With

'Insert Column Fields
With ActiveSheet.PivotTables("SalesPivotTable").PivotFields("Zone")
        .Orientation = xlColumnField
        .Position = 1
End With
'Insert Data Field
With ActiveSheet.PivotTables("SalesPivotTable").PivotFields("Amount")
        .Orientation = xlDataField
        .Position = 1
        .Function = xlSum
        .NumberFormat = "#,##0"
        .Name = "Revenue "
End With
'Format Pivot Table
ActiveSheet.PivotTables("SalesPivotTable").ShowTableStyleRowStripes = True
ActiveSheet.PivotTables("SalesPivotTable").TableStyle2 = "PivotStyleMedium9"
End Sub

50. Update Pivot Table Range

Automatically update pivot table range.

If you are not using Excel tables then you can use this code to update pivot table range.

Sub UpdatePivotTableRange()
 
Dim Data_Sheet As Worksheet
Dim Pivot_Sheet As Worksheet
Dim StartPoint As Range
Dim DataRange As Range
Dim PivotName As String
Dim NewRange As String
Dim LastCol As Long
Dim lastRow As Long
 
'Set Pivot Table & Source Worksheet
Set Data_Sheet = ThisWorkbook.Worksheets("PivotTableData3")
Set Pivot_Sheet = ThisWorkbook.Worksheets("Pivot3")
 
'Enter in Pivot Table Name
PivotName = "PivotTable2"
 
'Defining Staring Point & Dynamic Range
Data_Sheet.Activate
Set StartPoint = Data_Sheet.Range("A1")
LastCol = StartPoint.End(xlToRight).Column
DownCell = StartPoint.End(xlDown).Row
Set DataRange = Data_Sheet.Range(StartPoint, Cells(DownCell, LastCol))
 
NewRange = Data_Sheet.Name & "!" & DataRange.Address(ReferenceStyle:=xlR1C1)
 
'Change Pivot Table Data Source Range Address
Pivot_Sheet.PivotTables(PivotName). _
ChangePivotCache ActiveWorkbook. _
PivotCaches.Create(SourceType:=xlDatabase, SourceData:=NewRange)
 
'Ensure Pivot Table is Refreshed
Pivot_Sheet.PivotTables(PivotName).RefreshTable
 
'Complete Message
Pivot_Sheet.Activate
MsgBox "Your Pivot Table is now updated."
End Sub

51. Welcome Message

Show a message while opening a file.

You can use auto_open to perform a task on opening a file. All you have to do just name your macro “auto_open”.

Sub auto_open()
MsgBox "Welcome To Multiwave & Thanks for downloading this file."
End Sub

52. Closing Message

Show a message while closing a file.

You can use close_open to perform a task on opening a file. All you have to do just name your macro “close_open”.

Sub auto_close()
MsgBox "Bye Bye! Don't forget to check other cool stuff on multiwave.in"
End Sub

Conclusion

As I said, you can break all the barriers with VBA. But the important point is you need to use it for the right tasks, at the right time.

I am sure above codes will help you to automate your daily work and you will be able to save a lot of time.

In the end, I want to ask you something, if you have any code which helps you to make your life easier, please share in the comment box.

I would love to hear from you.

Mahtab Khan - MultiWave

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