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App countdown timer in VBA to remind you about "closing time fabaklasis"!!!

Posted on 18 May 2011 in products, and VBA macros-12 comments

Here is the countdown timer to make cool in VBA to remind you of our close registration fabaklasis!

Count-down timer app in VBA to remind you about the VBAClasses closing Time

I know it's awesome clarity. It will give you a few seconds before reading further.


Copy already? Great.

I was thinking of ways to tell you that you've got less than 3 days to join row VBA. Then hit me, why not make an Excel workbook that tell you how much time you have got? So I did that.

Here is demo video of how VBA application (watch on YouTube):

Click here to download the workbook. Please enable macros to see it.

Note: you must drag and drop this file in Excel 2007 or above to see it.

First, we must tell you about its borders:

This workbook assumes that your computer is located in hotspot (or city) you have chosen.Current time is fetched from the local time for your computer by using the formula now ().

Now, basic construction can be broken for this workbook to 3 parts:

HotSpot/city siliktionkontdoon timerformatingi took an outline of the world and put it in a blank sheet. This may add 9 hotspots draw the nine circles. I name these hotspots spot1, spot2 ...You can guess, spot9As, all these points with the region, Australian PST to Time.I might assign macros to each of them once. To modify the macros only cell named valsbot with the name of the location you clicked. building immediately clicked, fetch the corresponding closing time of a table as follows:
Closing Times based on Selected HotSpotThen, I'm calculating time remaining by subtracting the current closing time similar logic is used ... to choose city. Insert checkbox and associated with a cell named also set shootimiri startimer a macro to the check box macro macro will call startimer. different name-(kontdoontimi) in this regard, I wrote some time loop will check if the correct shootimer and ask Excel to update korintimi when examining each symbol sikondthi from the uploaded file.

I leave that to your imagination.

Of course, the whole point of this is very simple.

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