like this: Sub Change Table Styles() ' No Go in Excel 2003 Active Workbook. This is because you've just changed a built-in tablestyle. You might need to work with specific parts of a table.
If you ask me, I find it strange that the Workbook is a tablestyles' parent, whereas built-in table styles behave as if being bound to the Application object. Here is a couple of examples on how to achieve that. Select ' Select just the data of the entire table .
Every once in awhile, you come across this exception: System.
Null Reference Exception – “Object reference not set to an instance of an object.” You see people asking about this everywhere; about why are they getting this error. Note, regardless of the scenario, the cause is always the same in .
Select the cells that contain the data: Figure 1: Select the table area Next, on the Home tab of the ribbon, find the group called "Styles".
Click on the button that says "Format as Table" (see figure 2): Figure 2: "Format as Table" button on the Styles group of the Home tab.
For each value you will choose the data type, scope and a default value.
These values will be saved in a file named app.config in your project folder and in a file named .config in output folders after builds such as \bin\Debug\ if building in debug mode.
If your table contains a heading row, make sure the checkbox is checked. Figure 4: Dialog asking what range of cells has to be converted to a table.
Again, same exception gets thrown, but coming from withing the instantiated class itself.
The Get Orders function inside of Customers requires an instance of a connection, but you disposed of the required objects required to access the database back up in Load Data() when you called a. Be careful when you clean up your instances, that you are not using them again somewhere.
After you’ve finished these steps, your table will look like figure 5.
Figure 5: Range of cells, after converting to table After defining a table, the area gains special functionalities: If your Table has a header row, it will always have filter and sorting dropdowns in place on the header row.