This is the fourth part of a series of tutorials explaining how to create a realistic clock in MS Excel using free form sprites. The sprites are created in PowerPoint and imported in Excel as images. This part (part #4) deals with planning the clock face layout. How to make a realistic looking digital clock in MS Excel – Part
This is the first part of a series of tutorials explaining how to create a realistic clock in MS Excel using free form sprites. The sprites will be created in PowerPoint and imported in Excel as images. YouTube video – how to make a realistic looking digital clock in MS Excel This part (part #1) deals with creating the digit
Hi guys, here is the final part of tutorial about creating a digital clock in Excel. It is a good tutorial about general use of sprites in animation, especially the first half. Tell us your thoughts, George [sociallocker][/sociallocker] Building an Digital Clock in Excel – part #2 – a full digital clock model using the “digit” sprites by George Lungu
Hello! Due to some incompatibility, I re-adjusted the old digital clock for the 2007 version of Excel. In Excel 2003 or earlier if you click on a chart point twice (with a certain delay between clicks) you can paste a picture and have the data point actually convert into that picture. In 2007 the same trick works but somehow the picture
Hi guys, here is a dynamic digital clock model in Excel I made today. The display looks very realistic. I studied for this all the clocks in the house including the stove, microwave oven and washing machine clocks, plus some pictures on Google. It will display your local computer time. It uses “sprites” as a method of creating the digits. I
Hello folks, here is a tutorial about building a clock in Excel. Enjoy! [sociallocker][/sociallocker] Building a live Excel clock by George Lungu Here are a few date and time functions in VBA: Now : Current date and time. Example: 7/5/00 3:16:38 PM returned by Now Date : Current date only. Example: 7/5/00 returned by Date Time : Current time only.
Hi guys, here is a simple file with a bunch of clocks. The code is very basic and the whole workbook is fully open so you can see how it’s done. All the spread sheet calculations are contained in the upper left corner and the VBA code is just few lines long. Click the “Run-Pause Clock” button to start or pause