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One file that is included with Microsoft Excel 97 is a workbook that contains examples for using Microsoft Excel. This workbook, called Samples.xls, is located in the following folder:
This article contains a brief summary of the contents of the Samples.xls workbook.
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\Examples
The Samples.xls workbook contains eight worksheets: a table of contents worksheet, and seven worksheets that are dedicated to a specific topic. Each worksheet is described in this section.
ContentsThis worksheet contains introductory information, disclaimers, and links to the other worksheets.
Worksheet FunctionsThis worksheet contains information about suppressing error values in formulas and using the Lookup Wizard to find values in tables of information.
ArraysThis worksheet contains information about using arrays in Visual Basic for Applications macros. Two links to Visual Basic modules that contain sample code are also available.
Repeating TasksThis worksheet contains information about using different types of loops in Visual Basic macros: For...Each loops, For...Each loops, and Do...loops. The worksheet also contains four links to Visual Basic modules that contain sample code.
Chart LabelsThis worksheet contains an example that shows you how to add labels to points in an xy (scatter) chart. Sample data, a sample chart, and a link to the Visual Basic macros that create and remove the labels are available on this worksheet.
Data AccessThis worksheet contains detailed information about using Data Access Objects (DAO) to work with databases using Visual Basic macros. Numerous links to sample Visual Basic macros are available.
Office AutomationThis worksheet contains information about controlling Word 97, Microsoft Access 97, PowerPoint 97, Outlook 97, and Office Binder 97 using a macro in Microsoft Excel 97. Links to sample code are available.
EventsThis worksheet contains information about programming with events in Microsoft Excel 97. The events that are covered include BeforeDoubleClick, Change, and BeforeClose. Sample code is contained in this worksheet.
Article ID: 162323 - Last Review: January 11, 2015 - Revision: 1.2