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VBA 2 Exercises

VBA 2 Exercises

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VBA For Excel Training – Day221
April 2009
1.Insert an image from in the worksheet based on the following user-definedparameters :a.File Name and Locationb.Image Size( Width& Height)2.Rename the image according to the input provided by the user3.Create another instance of this image:a.Name it differently from the first imageb.Resize it to 50% of the first image4.Write a macro to create a chart with 2 series:a.Both series should be represented by line graphs – the choice of color is up to youb.The macro should attempt to find out which are the columns inwhich the data is present, based on the user’s inputs (for e.g., thedata may be in the range C1:E8.c.Chart should have a title, which needs to be dynamically generatedbased on the context of the data (e.g., an agent activity rate chartwould have a different title from a lapsation by tenure chart)d.X-axis should be labeled (have title)e.Each of the series should be on different y-axis – primary andsecondaryf.Both y-axes should have appropriate titlesg.Chart legend should be positioned at the bottom of the charth.The chart should be positioned at the right side of the data table,and should not overlap(hide) the data table.

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