How to Create Notifications using VBA in Microsoft Excel 2010

In this article, you will learn how to create notification or alert wherein the code will check each cell in Due Date column & automatically update the user if the due date has been passed or 7 days from expiration.

There is couple of ways to create notification in Excel i.e. Conditional Formatting & VBA

In this example, we will use VBA code.

 

Let us take an example:

We have bills in column A & due date in column B.
 
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Click on Developer tab & click on Visual Basic to launch VB Editor Screen.

You can also use ALT + F11 shortcut key.
 
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Enter the following code in This Workbook
 
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Private Sub Workbook_Open()

    For Each cell In Range(“B2:B8″)

        If cell.Value< Date + 7 Andcell.Value<> “” Then

cell.Interior.ColorIndex = 6

cell.Font.Bold = True

        End If

    Next

End Sub
 
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The above code will get activated; check the dates in column every time this workbook gets open & highlight the cells in Yellow color & bold font.
 
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You can increase or decrease the range of column B according to your requirement.

In this way, you can highlight the due dates cells which are expired & 7 days left for passing the due date.

With above example, you can create various notifications or alert depending on the requirement.
 
 

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