Adding shapes to a range in VBA with Excel is actually a trivial task, if you are aware of the Shapes.AddShape method. It has 5 parameters, 4 of which could be pretty easily remapped to the parameters of the range:…

So, the idea is the following – imagine that you have an NxN range, which should be filled out with consecutive numbers. Thus, if the range is 6×6, you start filling the numbers normally and once you reach the 6.…

Converting a range to array makes a lot of sense in VBA, when some operations should be performed with data in a given range. The time saving is quite noticeable and it is a bit easier to access and modify…

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