VBA for Excel 2007 tutorial-Above Average format


Above average conditional format

In this example, you will learn VBA code to conditionally format a range of cells that are above the average value of the range. For instance, you want to format the above average values in the range of cells from A1 to A10.


VBA for Excel: VBA example code to conditionally format above average cells

To run this VBA example code, you can copy and paste the VBA code below in to the block of Worksheet_Activate() procedure. To open this block, double-click the current worksheet, then in the objects dropdown list select Sheet1 and in events list select Activate.



VBA code for this example:



Option Explicit
Private Sub Worksheet_Activate()
    ConFormat
End Sub
 
Sub ConFormat()
 
    Dim cf As AboveAverage
    Dim i As Integer
    'Fill cells with random sample data from 1 to 100
    For i = 1 To 10
        Randomize
        Range("A" & i) = Int(100 * Rnd()) + 1
    Next
    'Select the range of cells to apply Above Average conditional format
    Range("A1:A10").Select
    'Create an AboveAverage object
    Set cf = Selection.FormatConditions.AddAboveAverage()
    'Format the above average values with a mix of red and blue colors
    cf.Font.Color = RGB(255, 0, 255)
      
End Sub

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