Accessing a specific object within a collection class can be a challenging endeavor. By assigning a proper custom key to objects in a collection class, you can avoid the often cumbersome error handling and loop searches often used to retrieve objects.
A Collection class is a useful means to manage a large group of custom objects. The ability to store multiple classes permits the efficient operation of VBA projects, while keeping code clean and readable.
Classes and objects open up a host of opportunities within Excel VBA. In addition to being a powerful feature in their own right, classes can utilize every VBA coding technique, and permit small project teams to work on large-scale VBA projects with ease. By learning and fully understanding VBA classes …
If you’ve followed the series up to this point, you have previously worked with intrinsic (built-in) objects like Range, Shape, or Worksheet. In addition to these intrinsic objects, VBA offers the ability to build custom objects through the creation of a class.
When coding in VBA, the range object offers a means to fully interact with cells on a spreadsheet. This is done through its object methods and properties — nearly every action undertaken in the Excel interface has a equivalent method or property in VBA.