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Bagaimana cara menambah angka secara otomatis saat buku kerja dibuka?

Jika Anda ingin menambah sel angka dengan 1 secara otomatis setiap kali Anda membuka buku kerja, tentu saja Anda dapat menambahkan 1 secara manual. Tapi, adakah metode yang lebih baik untuk menambahkan 1 untuk nomor tersebut secara otomatis saat membuka dokumen Excel?

Tingkatkan angka secara otomatis saat buku kerja dibuka dengan kode VBA

Tingkatkan angka secara otomatis saat buku kerja dibuka dengan kode VBA

Kode VBA sederhana berikut dapat membantu Anda menambahkan 1 untuk sel angka secara otomatis ketika buku kerja dibuka setiap kali, lakukan seperti ini:

1. Tahan ALT + F11 kunci, dan itu membuka Microsoft Visual Basic untuk Aplikasi jendela.

2. di Proyek-VBAProject panel, klik dua kali Buku Kerja Ini untuk membuka Modul, lalu, salin dan tempel kode di bawah ini ke dalam modul, lihat tangkapan layar:

Kode VBA: Tingkatkan angka secara otomatis saat buku kerja dibuka:

Private Sub Workbook_Open()
Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A2") = Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A2") + 1
End Sub

Note: In the above code, Sheet1 and A2 are the sheet and cell which contains the number you want to increase automatically. Please change them to your need.

3. Then you should save the Excel file as Excel Macro-Enabled Workbook format, see screenshot:

From now on, when you open this specific workbook, the number in cell A2 in Sheet1will be added 1 automatically.

Note: This code is only applied to the number cell.

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Both screenshots are the same. There is no screenshot for #3 "save the Excel file as Excel Macro-Enabled Workbook format" as directed.
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Hi, Leslie,
Thanks for your comment, the second picture has been updated, please chek it.
Thanks a lot!
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Thank you! Too easy! My simple quote form now allots a new number every time I open it. Previous forum help pages I visited assume too much prior knowledge of Excel and terminology. This was "Macros for Dummies"
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