By popular demand I am coming back to Excel after a long hiatus. This is the second in the series of beginner level tutorials targeted to building Excel animated models and games.
This is the second part of the video tutorials about one of the most important Excel animation macros (or sub routines). I am reviewing there (with PowerPoint slides) the previous tutorial about the topic and show you how to use an element of memory inside VBA (a global Boolean variable) to create this “toggle” effect so that any button/shape/photo you assign this macro to, will act as a “switch”, like a light switch, turning on and off an animation loop. Click the light green button above to download. Enjoy and come back!
Tutorial level: beginner
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