Ever feel like all the VBA examples are way simpler than the code you face in real life? A post with simple code is good for explaining a topic clearly. But the real world is more complex.
In this post, I take code from a real world application and:
- Explain it to you in simple English.
- Convert it to code a professional would write.
- Show you an alternative way of writing the same code.
If you understand the ideas presented here it will dramatically improve you skills when you deal with real world VBA code.