Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Table 4-1. Menu Items Available on the View Menu in the Visual Basic Editor
Item
Description
Last Position
Returns the cursor to the beginning of the last line of code edited.
Object Browser
Displays or activates the Object Browser window.
Immediate Window
Displays or activates the Immediate window.
Locals Window
Displays or activates the Locals window.
Watch Window
Displays or activates the Watch window.
Call Stack
Displays or activates the Call Stack dialog box.
Project Explorer
Displays or activates the Project Explorer window.
Properties Window
Displays or activates the Properties window.
Toolbox€
Displays or activates the Toolbox, which contains objects used to
design user forms.
Tab Order
Displays or activates the Tab Order dialog box.
Toolbars€
Lets you turn on and off the various toolbars available within the
Visual Basic Editor as well as customize them.
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Switches to the active workbook, restoring the display if it is
minimized.
The Insert Menu
The Insert menu lets you insert new procedures, modules, or user forms into your project.
Table 4-2 summarizes the items available on the Insert menu in the Visual Basic Editor.
Table 4-2. Menu Items Available on the Insert Menu in the Visual Basic Editor
Item
Description
Procedure€
Displays the Add Procedure dialog box to help you build the
declaration statement for a new procedure inside the current module.
UserForm
Inserts a new user form into the current project.
Module
Inserts a new module into the current project.
Class Module
Inserts a new class module into the current project.
File€
Displays the File Open dialog box to allow you to import a text file
(*.txt), a Basic file (*.bas), or a class file (*.cls). Text files will be
inserted into the current Code window, whereas Basic or class files
will be inserted into the current project as separate modules or
class modules.
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