Longest VBA Command You Can Think Of – Excel Challenge

Last Episode’s Excel Challenge

In our previous Excel Challenge, Jordan asked

“What is a new chart type that exists in 2016 Excel Preview?”

Here are the answers

  • Waterfall
  • Histogram
  • Pareto
  • Box and Whisker
  • Treemap
  • Sunburst

The winner is Shaun O’Donnel.  Congrats Shaun.  Shaun receives two books

This Episode’s Challenge

Application.ScreenUpdating is 26 characters long.

What is the Longest VBA Command you can think of?

Think You Know The Answer?

Then leave your guess in the comments section below.  Jordan will pick one winner at random from all the correct answers.


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  • Yo Excel homies,

    First and foremost massive thanks for regularly taking time out to produce the show, I love each and every episode! I’m currently working my way through season one and I’m up to episode 15 (Oz is about to move to Portland). I’m looking forward to catching up with the rest of the episodes and hopefully see a bit more Carl Pepperseed action! 😀

    In answer to your question the microsoft forum reliably informs me that the longest VBA command is ‘application.AutoFormatAsYouTypeReplaceHyperlinks’. Show me the money!

    Peace out.


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