Unformatted text preview: equivalent to the preceding statement provided you had selected the _______ ________ from the collection of open workbooks. Objects have __________ that describe attributes (or settings) of the object; for example, ActiveCell.Value = 10 sets the _____ property of the __________ object. The Value property is the default property of the ActiveCell object and thus it can be omitted; i.e., ActiveCell = 10 is equivalent to the previous statement. You can also set variables to the value of a property; for example, intNumber = ActiveCell.Value stores the value of the active cell into the variable intNumber. Objects also have _______ (actions) that are performed on an object. The statement ActiveSheet.Protect applies the _______ method to the ___________ object. In similar fashion, Sheets(“Expense Summary”).Select applies the ______ method to the Expense Summary worksheet in the worksheets __________....
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This note was uploaded on 08/21/2011 for the course COMP 230 taught by Professor Phil during the Spring '11 term at DeVry NY.
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