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VBA Excel 3D Effects

Posted on 2007-03-28
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Anyone know how to mimic the 3D Effects option in the AutoFormat feature of Excel?  I'll take a VBA or non-VBA solution.

TIA!

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zorvek (Kevin Jones) earned 125 total points
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All the 3D effects are are various border and interior color settings to make cells look like they have depth. Apply automatic formatting and then look at the border and interior color settings.

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yeah, figured it out right after i posted - lol.
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