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If you want to just retain the output - not the formula - then select the new column and copy, past special, values Using the macro recorder didn't delete the first character of the cell The macro recorder re-input the existing cell contents for that one cell.
I need to edit the cell --regardless of the cell contents.
Once the variable is declared correctly, the dropdown box at the top of the programming pane will list an Object together with the default choices of (General) and Class. Figure 1 The right-hand drop down lists all event procedures available for that object as shown in Figure 2. Figure 2 Flesh out the code in the skeleton procedures created by the VBE.
Private Sub an Object_Event With Param(some Param As Integer) Debug.
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you can now use the shortcut key to do them one after another alternatively put the following formula into a different column (eg b9) "=mid(a9,2,len(a9))" and copy that down the column.
then I need to delete the first character, regardless of it's character.
Object oriented programs such as Microsoft Excel flag the occurrence of certain activities through a mechanism known as raising an event.
In it, first, declare an object of the type Source Class.
Option Explicit Dim With Events an Object As Source Class Code Sample 2 part of class module Sink Class Note the use of the With Events keyword.