Segregate data into Worksheets
VBA

VBA User form for Segregate data into multiple worksheets

Many times, we require to segregate our data into different worksheets. Here we have created a macro which can segregate your data into worksheets. One user from will be displayed wherein you can select the field name by which you want to segregate your data. Below is the data which we will segregate into multiple worksheets- [caption id="attachment_14190" align="aligncenter" width="495"] Data[/caption] We have added an icon on home tab to
VBA Login Form
VBA

Login Form for Excel VBA based Application

Login Form is very important for any application. We have designed this Login form in VBA User form and connected with MS Access Database. We have used ADODB Connection to connect with MS Access Database. To create the design of this Login form we have taken the support of Microsoft Power Point also. Click here to learn more about ADODB Connection. Below is the snapshot of MS Access database table
Calendar
Templates

Fully Functional Dynamic Calendar Control in VBA

This Fully Functional Dynamic Calendar Control in VBA, we have designed to use in VBA project. You can use it for Excel Cells, Textbox, Label and Command Button etc. It is very easy to call this Calendar for your VBA Project. You can call this with two method. Just move this calendar form in your VBA project just drag it using mouse [caption id="attachment_12621" align="aligncenter" width="542"] Move Calendar to your
Dynamic Chart on User Form
Charts and Visualization VBA

VBA: Dynamic Chart on User Form

Creating the Chart on a VBA user form is quite interesting. We have created 4 KPI Charts – Battery Chart, Speedometer Chart, Moving Man Chart and Progress Circle Chart on a User form which is fully dynamic. KPI value is connected with a Textbox. As soon as the text box value will be changed chart will show the updated number. We have also given the Change chart type drop-down. KPI
Web browser in User form
VBA

VBA: Web browser in the User Form

In this article you will learn how to use a web browser in the user form. You can search anything or open a website using the text box. [caption id="attachment_7077" align="aligncenter" width="1310"] Web Browser in User form[/caption]   Below are the steps to create the web browser in the user form- Go to the Visual basic editor (Press Alt+F11) Open the Toolbox. [caption id="attachment_7069" align="aligncenter" width="604"] Open the Toolbox[/caption]