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    There are 2 Properties succesively on a line on this Macro. Isn't it wrong?

    There are 2 objects which are on the same level in a line on this Macro. See below;


    "Cells.Interior.ColorIndex = xlNone"


    Here both "Cells" and "Interior" are Range Object Properties and they exist there succesively. It confused me.
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    Re: There are 2 Properties succesively on a line on this Macro. Isn't it wrong?

    The Interior property of Cells returns an Interior Object.

    ColorIndex is a property of Interior.
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    Re: There are 2 Properties succesively on a line on this Macro. Isn't it wrong?

    "ByVal Target As Excel.Range"

    Where it should be A Data Type "Excel.Range" is written. I don't get that. (See the example file named "selection change event")

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    Re: There are 2 Properties succesively on a line on this Macro. Isn't it wrong?

    Why should it be a data type?

    Also, what makes you think Excel.Range isn't a data type?

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    Re: There are 2 Properties succesively on a line on this Macro. Isn't it wrong?

    After "As" we define its data type. Don't we?

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    Re: There are 2 Properties succesively on a line on this Macro. Isn't it wrong?

    And is not Excel.Range a data type?

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    Re: There are 2 Properties succesively on a line on this Macro. Isn't it wrong?

    Thank you very much for help.

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