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Introducing the Visual Basic Editor
Introducing the Visual Basic Editor
Before you can begin creating custom functions, you need to become familiar with the Visual
Basic Editor, or VB Editor for short. The VB Editor enables you to work with VBA modules, which
are containers for your VBA code.
Activating the VB Editor
When you work in Excel, you can switch to the VB Editor by using either of the following
techniques:
h Press Alt+F11.
h Choose Developer
Code
Visual Basic.
Figure 22-6 shows the VB Editor. Chances are that your VB Editor window won’t look exactly like
the window shown in the figure. This window is highly customizable. You can hide windows,
change their sizes, “dock” them, rearrange them, and so on.
Figure 22-6: The Visual Basic Editor window.
 
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