This is the fourth part of tutorial about making an interactive animated Excel model of a gated ring oscillator in MS Excel 2003.
This is the third part of tutorial about making an interactive animated Excel model of a gated ring oscillator in MS Excel 2003.
This is a video preview of the analog clock series which include a model section and a tutorial section.
This section finalizes the aircraft (glider) by inserting the wing, the horizontal stabilizer and a center of gravity (CG) sprite in the layout.
This section of the tutorial explains how to create the 2D aircraft components for the animated longitudinal stability model. The first part deals with extracting the x-y coordinates for the fuselage, canopy, vertical stabilizer and rudder. The second part handles the main wing airfoil and the horizontal stabilizer airfoil. All thses parts will be put together in the next section.
The first macro created in this section of the tutorial improves on the previously developed macro by correcting the up-down orientation of the shape, referencing the shape position to the coordinate of the first drawn point and closing the shape by repeating the coordinates of the first point at the end of the table. A last macro is then created which can retrieve multiple shape vertex coordinates, placing them in a table…
Using autoshape freeforms is a very easy way to duplicate object outlines from pictures. It is convenient to create a freeform and once created, its vertices (points) can be edited with without difficulty. Aditional points can be inserted and others can be deleted. This is a tutorial about a series of macros which allow the extraction of freeform vertex coordiantes to a worksheet range in Excel. These coordinates can be later employed to create 3D wireframe…
The macro in this tutorial creates a near exponential variable conversion to be used for very large dynamic range input data entry . If for instance, we have to adjust a parameter from 1 to 1 million we can either make a spin button which can go from 1 to 1 million in unity steps (which would take for ever), or implement an exponential scheme. We would like an exponential series of powers of…
Most of the models on this blog are designed for Excel 2003 or earlier versions. Sometimes however, Excel 2007 or 2010 are the only versions available even though they might be far slower when running these models. This presentation is an introduction to Excel 2007 and it was suggested to me by one of my readers.
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