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Chapter 19: Understanding Excel’s Events
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Understanding Excel’s
Events
In This Chapter
Recognizing the types of events that Excel can monitor
Figuring out what you need to know to work with events
Exploring examples of Workbook events, Worksheet events, Chart events, and
UserForm events
Using Application events to monitor all open workbooks
Seeing examples of processing time-based events and keystroke events
What You Should Know about Events
In several earlier chapters in this topic, I present examples of VBA event-handler procedures,
which are specially named procedures that are executed when a specific event occurs. An
example is the CommandButton1_Click procedure that is executed when the user clicks an object
named CommandButton1 stored on a UserForm or on a worksheet. Clicking the button is an
event that triggers the execution of the event-handler VBA code.
Excel is programmed to monitor many different events that occur. These events can be classified
as the following:
h Workbook events: Events that occur for a particular workbook. Examples of such events
include Open (the workbook is opened or created), BeforeSave (the workbook is
about to be saved), and NewSheet (a new sheet is added).
h Worksheet events: Events that occur for a particular worksheet. Examples include
Change (a cell on the sheet is changed), SelectionChange (the user moves the cell
indicator), and Calculate (the worksheet is recalculated).
 
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