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Code Settings Setting 1: This option allows you to determine what happens when you make a syntax error while entering VBA code. There are 2 options: Additionally, the Visual Basic Editor highlights the syntax error by using a different font color usually red.
If Auto Syntax Check is disabled, the Visual Basic Editor displays syntax errors in a different font color usually red.
Under this setting, no dialog boxes pop on your screen. In the case of the syntax error used as an example above, the VBE looks roughly as follows: Should you enable or disable the Auto Syntax Check?
This decision comes down to personal preference and knowledge of Visual Basic for Applications. You may want to disable the Auto Syntax Check if you: Think that having dialog boxes popping up anytime you make a syntax error is annoying. Have enough knowledge of VBA in order to find out what is the problem with a statement that has a syntax error.
This option allows you to determine whether the Visual Basic Editor automatically inserts a statement at the beginning of any new VBA module to require that you define explicitly all the variables that you use in those modules.
Option Explicit Note that changing the Require Variable Declaration setting only affects future modules. Modules that are already in existence when you modify the setting are not affected. As explained in Excel VBA Programming for Dummies, you should get used to defining explicitly all the variables that you use.
In that sense, it may make sense to enable the Require Variable Declaration option. Despite the above, some advanced Excel users including John Walkenbach and Bill Jellenhave stated that they keep this option turned off.
The screenshot below shows how the Visual Basic Editor automatically displays a list to help me complete the statement: Auto List Members has several advantages.
The list displayed by the VBE updates itself automatically as you type characters. You can avoid typing. This is due to the fact that you can enter any of the members that appear in the list by selecting it and pressing the Tab key or double-clicking on the relevant member.
When you use Auto List Members, you reduce the risk of making syntax errors. Unless you have a very compelling reason to do otherwise, enable it.
The Auto Quick Info setting allows you to determine whether the Visual Basic Editor displays information about the arguments of functions, properties and methods as you type them.
The screenshot below shows how the VBE helps me while I am typing the range: This occurs for example when debugging VBA code, a topic I will cover in future tutorials. For these purposes, I use the VBA code for a macro that deletes an entire row when the row is completely empty.
This particular macro has 2 variables: This setting is self-explanatory. If you have Auto Indent enabled, the indentation of each line of VBA code is the same as the indentation of previous line.SCHEME OF WORK / 1 September / 13 comments.
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