|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the modSnippetExcel module.|
|OpenWorkbooksToArray||Procedure||Load an array with information about all open workbooks.|
|SendAsMail||Procedure||Sends the current workbook to the named recipient via email.|
|ShowExcelInfo||Procedure||Basic information about Excel itself. Useful for putting in an About box.|
|ShowWorksheetsTree||Procedure||A list of all worksheets in all open workbooks.|
|StartAccess||Procedure||Show how to easily start the Microsoft Access application using Excel.|
|SpellCheckRange||Procedure||Show how to use the CheckSpelling method to check for spelling errors in a specified range.|
|SpellCheckRange2||Procedure||Show how to spell check individual values in a specified range.|
' Snippet code is partial code that demonstrates a particular feature, and does include separate Example code. ' Please see the Snippet notes for information about customizing and implementing Snippet code.
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