VBA Hungarian Notation – 001 VBAExpress Forums Challenge of the Week

Hey Hi All! Welcome to Excel TV’s first episode. Excel TV lets you know many things about Microsoft Excel and you can know more about Excel experts. We even brought you an Excel challenge and you need to provide the answer. We reveal the answer as well as the winner in the next episode.

Thinking about what you get in return? Haha! Coming to that. Apart from learning new, you will also win cool prizes. So, let us look at our Excel Challenge now.

This Week’s Excel Challenge

Our very own Excel MVP Jordan Goldmeier challenges you on Excel every episode. So, in this episode Jordan challenges on VBA Code. Are you a VBA lover? Then this is for you guys!

Just look at the VBA Code shown at the beginning of the video placed below. That VBA Code works well, but if you look at it very closely you could find something wrong. Want hint for this? Excel author Jordan gives you a hint as “Hungarian Notation”.

Have a close look the VBA code and come up with the correct answer. Winner is going to get a good looking mouse pad provided by Christopher and Jacob of www.excelandaccess.com

Hurry Up To Answer

This is really an interesting challenge. Go ahead and comment your answer in Excel TV blog post or Facebook. You can even tweet to @ExcelTV. Come On!


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