Here is a list of Macros I have written for various Office tools. Usually we feel that any repetitive task requires a macro. That is a wrong concept. Typically, repetitive tasks indicate that the method you are using is inefficient. Usually there is an efficient way to do the same job – which eliminates the repetition.
In an earlier article, I had shown a method of making a picture transparent using the Transparency animation. This method shows the transparency only while PRESENTING – not while EDITING. Here is a macro which will help you create a transparent copy of any picture which is transparent during editing as well.
Refer to the previous post. We saw how Filter fields can be exploded into individual sheets and files. In this article, I am releasing a macro – which does all the hard work for you. Of course, you must use it at your own risk. The source code is also included for you to view, learn from and modify. Created by Raj Chaudhuri and myself.
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Repetitive activity? Record a macro. Right?
Find out why…
This is a utility I created along with Raj Chaudhuri many years back.Use the scribble tool to draw a waveform or shape, the utility will create the data for it.
You can then create a line chart which looks similar to original drawing.
Try it out.