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AutoCAD VBA - Insert Table

To insert a table using VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) in Excel, you can follow these steps:

1. Open your Excel workbook.

2. Press `Alt + F11` to open the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) editor.

3. In the VBA editor, insert a new module by right-clicking on your VBA project in the Project Explorer pane (usually located on the left-hand side) and selecting `Insert` > `Module`.

4. In the newly created module, you can write the VBA code to insert a table. Here's a simple example:


Sub InsertTable()

    Dim ws As Worksheet

    Dim tbl As ListObject

    Dim rng As Range


    ' Set a reference to the active worksheet

    Set ws = ActiveSheet


    ' Define the range where you want to insert the table

    Set rng = ws.Range("A1")


    ' Insert a new table with headers in the specified range

    Set tbl = ws.ListObjects.Add(xlSrcRange, rng.CurrentRegion, , xlYes)


    ' Name the table (optional)

    tbl.Name = "MyTable"


    ' Format the table as needed (optional)

    tbl.TableStyle = "TableStyleLight1"


    ' Optionally, you can resize the table to fit its data

    tbl.Resize tbl.Range.Resize(tbl.Range.Rows.Count + 1)


    ' Notify the user

    MsgBox "Table inserted successfully.", vbInformation

End Sub


5. Close the VBA editor.

6. To run the macro, go back to Excel, press `Alt + F8` to open the "Macro" dialog, select the `InsertTable` macro, and click "Run".

This VBA code will insert a table with headers starting from cell A1 on the active worksheet. You can customize the range where you want to insert the table by modifying the `rng` variable. Additionally, you can adjust other properties such as the table name, style, and resizing options according to your requirements.

caa May 16 2024 94 reads 0 comments Print


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