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Seriously: To efficiently review a bunch of code, I find fixing the indents "by hand" is helpful. Here are the steps I recommend: I copy the code back and forth from Notepad when revising large chunks of code this way, because Notepad has time-saving keyboard commands and better syntax highlighting than the VBA editor.

While visiting all the modules, take a moment to ensure is at the top of each.

After inserting the comment, in the comment box, press Ctrl ; to insert the current date, and type a space bar, then press Ctrl Shift ; to insert the current time, and the current data and time has been added into the comment at once, see screenshot: 3. If you are not familiar with the short cut keys, don’t worry, here, I can talk about a VBA code to help you insert the date and time automatically. Select the cell which you want to insert the comment. Hold down the ALT F11 keys to open the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window. Click Insert Sub Dated Comment() 'Update 20141110 Dim p Comment As Comment Dim Work Rng As Range Set Work Rng = Application. This will help you to quickly identify the time you created the comments. This article, I will introduce some tricks for you to deal with this problem in Excel. How to display date format in combo box output in Excel? Display date format in combo box output with VBA code The below VBA code can help you displaying date format in combo box output in Excel. Note: in the code, Combo Box1 is the name of the combo box, “mm/dd/yyyy” is the date format you will display in the combo box output. Press the Alt Q keys to close the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window, and turn off the Design Mode under the Developer tab.From now on, when selecting date from the Combo Box, it will be displayed as specified date format in the output instead of series number as below screenshot shown.

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