Here’s a fun trick for all you VBA grammar enthusiasts out there. All 6 of you. There exists something called a SynonymInfo Object. It lets you access things like definitions, synonyms, antonyms, and parts of speech in Word. Cool beans, right?Read More VBA: How to Extract Parts of Speech in Word
This is my first and possibly only foray into the madness that is constructing a YouTube video. I’ve been watching the Vlog Brothers for years, and I’ve never appreciated the effort that goes into it. Pick a topic, write a script, animate the graphics, trim clips, find background music, and also, cut around all your […]Read More YouTube: Tips for Making a How-To Video
It’s friggin’ magic. FileSystemObject is how you run scripts on your files and folders in VBA. You want to create 100 files on your desktop automatically? It’ll let you do that. You want to delete files with specific names in a directory? It’ll let you do that too. It’s also pretty crucial to viruses like […]Read More VBA: What Exactly is a FileSystemObject?
Short one today. I’m getting ready to write a post on worms and realized it’d be really nice if Word could mimic the font formatting that happens in the Visual Basic editor. Color coding helps me see relationships a lot easier when I’m trying to get my head around another person’s script.Read More VBA: How to Customize Font to Specific Text in Word
Alright, here’s something I’ve been meaning to learn for weeks. It’s probably going to be the most boring post of all time for anyone who isn’t an Excel nerd. In fact, if you aren’t an Excel nerd, just run. Run far, far away.Read More VBA: How to Use VLookUp in a Macro
Alright, I ran short of time this week, so I don’t have a tutorial. But I DO have another fun UDF (User-Defined Function)–this one takes two parameters. Both need to be strings made of comma separated numbers. The function excludes the second set of numbers from the output.Read More VBA: How to Exclude Numbers from a List