Thought I would update on this. Found out that adding to the VB Module behind the spreadsheet does not actually register as a Macro.

To keep it simple: '1 form with: ' 1 textbox: name=Text1 ' 1 command button: name=Command1 Option Explicit Private Sub Command1_Click() Dim intFile As Integer Dim strFile As String strFile = 'c: temp file.txt' 'the file you want to save to intFile = FreeFile Open strFile For Output As #intFile Print #intFile, Text1.Text 'the data you want to save Close #intFile End Sub this will replace the file each time you click the command button, if you want to add to the file then you can open 'for append' instead of 'for output'. Create pdf file from word.

How to return the last value in an Excel data range. (TechRepublic PDF) Use a Table. Thanks to Excel's Table object, this sort of task is simpler than it used to be. 'Return last value in.


So here is the solution: • Press ALT + F11 • Click Insert > Module • Paste the following into the window: Code Function LastSavedTimeStamp() As Date LastSavedTimeStamp = ActiveWorkbook.BuiltinDocumentProperties('Last Save Time') End Function • Save the module, close the editor and return to the worksheet. • Click in the Cell where the date is to be displayed and enter the following formula: Code =LastSavedTimeStamp(). This might be an alternative solution.

Paste the following code into the new module: Public Function ModDate() ModDate = Format(FileDateTime(ThisWorkbook.FullName), 'm/d/yy h:n ampm') End Function Before saving your module, make sure to save your Excel file as Excel Macro-Enabled Workbook. Paste the following code into the cell where you want to display the last modification time: =ModDate() I'd also like to recommend an alternative to Excel allowing you to add creation and last modification time easily.

Feel free to check on RowShare and this article I wrote.

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This is a great question. Let us break it down. If I remember right there are 29 hero cards per class ( I think that is accurate) and each one has several sub classes.

In pure looks, as you 'Evolve' your Hero Cards they can gain some cosmetic upgrades. For example, my ninja went from no hood to a hood. Arm wraps became available, etc. However, With each evolve, stats improve dramatically. In theory a Legendary card at max level should always be stronger, however, the trick is finding the Hero Card with the skills and abilities you want on it.

So make sure you keep checking out the stats on the cards you get and see what it is exactly you are looking for. Over all Legendary is more than likely going to be the strongest, unless you can't find the card you want as a legendary, maybe then you settle for an epic until one comes along.


Going to ask my question here too since it's related to OP's question. Is there any reason to play the lower rarity heroes if you already have a lot of legendary and epic ones?Yes, the bonusses and specializations also differ per sub-class, so even though you might have a Epic tanky melee constructer, the rare base focused constructer is more your style.

A second example would be if your lower grade hero is a higher level and evolution, you'll want to keep playing that one till you've leveled up your new higher grade hero. Note that there's nothing wrong with using a green or blue hero through Plankerton.

Heck, you can even use a blue hero into canny valley if you have a good weapon and fight smart. As long as you keep it leveled up.