Add a level of professionalism to your workbooks by introducing them with a slick splash screen when they open.
How To Create A Dynamic Chart With Multiple Drop Down Selection Lists.
Using a timer with the "Application.OnTime" method to close a workbook after a specified period of inactivity.
Create a message box that will pop up after a specified time period and prompt the user to perform actions.
Learn how to use timers, in this example making a stopwatch timer and a countdown.
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