He shows how to record, create, customize, store, debug, and share macros, as well as work with text, bookmarks, tables, documents, and folders, use the Visual Basic Editor, and find VBA objects.
What does VBE stand for?
VBE stands for Visual Basic Editor (Microsoft)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Vector-Borne Disease Section
- Victoria Ballroom Dance Society (Canada)
- Vision-Based Detection System
- Vorarlberger Berufsverband Diplomierter SozialarbeiterInnen (German: Vorarlberg Professional Association of Certified Social Workers; Vorarlberg, Austria)
- Visible Beam Downward Solar Flux
- Base-Emitter Voltage (transistors)
- Vanillyl Butyl Ether
- Verband Bildung und Erziehung (German: Combined Training and Education)
- VESA Bios Extension
- Veteran Business Enterprise (business classification)
- Visual Basic Environment (Microsoft)
- Voltage between the Base and Emitter
- Video Bios Extensions / Accelerator Functions
- VESA BIOS Extension/Audio Interface
- Virginia Beach Education Association
- Vaughan Business Enterprise Centre (Canada)
- Vehicle Borne Explosive Device (also see VBIED)
- Video-Based Engineering Education (North Carolina State University; distance learning program)
- Vehicle Builders Employees Federation (Australia)
- Very Big Evil Grin
Samples in periodicals archive:
Start by opening the Visual Basic Editor by clicking on Tools, Macro, Visual Basic Editor.
CADopia IntelliCAD supports advanced features such as floating network licenses, integrated Visual Basic Editor, photorealistic rendering, ACIS solid modeling, raster image editing, and document management.
To see how the macro worked out, open the Visual Basic Editor (VBE) by pressing Alt+F11--the shortcut to clicking on Tools, Macro, Visual Basic Editor--and you'll see a screen that resembles exhibit 7.
Create the macro with the Visual Basic Editor (VBE) by selecting Tools, Macro, Visual Basic Editor.