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The correct syntax for making Cell A1 bold is
Range("A1").Font = Bold
The default property for a Range is :
If you wanted to get the Absolute address (with all the dollar signs aka $A$1) of cell A1, you would type the following. . .
To have Excel Select a certain cell or range, such as our "tax_table", you'd type
In the following example:
These two lines of code will return the same data from cell A1 in a Message Box:
It is possible to assign a formula to a cell using VB and then take the output from the formula and assign it to the same cell; basically replacing the formula (so an edit in values used for the calculation will not change the value in the cell for the future).
To code a range of numbers to be formatted for percentages with TWO decimal places, which code would be correct?
The COUNT property for a range will display the total of all the values in the cells of the range.