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Excel 2007 developer reference
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From the product (most recent version): If you are connected to the Internet, you can view the most recent version of this reference in Excel. Click Help, and in the Search box, under Content from Office Online, click Developer Reference. This topic links to programming tasks (how-to and walkthrough topics) for common Excel scenarios. Represents the entire Microsoft Excel application. Remarks. The Application object contains: Application-wide settings and options. Methods that return top- level.
Represents a worksheet. Remarks. The Worksheet object is a member of the Worksheets collection. The Worksheets collection contains all the Worksheet. A collection of all the Worksheet objects in the specified or active workbook. Each Worksheet object represents a worksheet. Remarks. The Worksheet object is. A collection of all the Window objects in Microsoft Excel. Remarks. The Windows collection for the Application object contains all the windows in the application.
Excel Developer Reference Excel Object Model Reference Ranges Object. Ranges Object Ranges Object. Ranges Object. Ranges Object. Ranges Object. Represents the controls of a Research query. Remarks. When working with Research queries, you must have an existing GUID that corresponds to a live data. A collection of all the Dialog objects in Microsoft Excel. Remarks. Each Dialog object represents a built-in dialog box. You cannot create a new built-in dialog box. Represents a file converter that is used to save files. Version Information Version Added: Excel Remarks. You cannot create a new file converter or add. Represents an outline on a worksheet. Example. Use the Outline property to return an Outline object. The following example sets the outline on Sheet4 so that .
Represents the walls of a 3-D chart. This object isn't a collection. There's no object that represents a single wall; you must return all the walls as a unit. Example. A collection of all the sheet views in the specified or active workbook window. Version Information Version Added: Excel Example The following example . Represents existing Module views in the workbook. Remarks. The module area includes everything, including the plot area of a chart. However, the plot area. Used as a container for Microsoft Excel worksheet functions that can be called from Visual Basic. Example. Use the WorksheetFunction property to return the.