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How to make my videos larger
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   12 years ago

One of the questions I get asked all the time is "how do I make the videos larger?" Well, the videos were recorded at a set size. My older ones were pretty small (448 x 300) but the newer ones are much larger (640 x 360) which does make a HUGE difference.

If this isn't big enough for you, and you're using the Amicron Video Player (you've downloaded the videos to your PC) then look for the EXTERNAL checkbox at the top of the player when the video starts. If you check this box ON then the videos will load up in WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER and you can control them however you want (maximize them, resize them, etc.)

If you're watching my videos online in the THEATER, then switch over to the FLASH player and turn on the EXTERNAL PLAYER. This will open the video in a full size window pane. You have to right-click on the video to control it (play, pause, rewind, etc.) but it's a much larger video.

There, I hope this helps. Any questions, post them here.

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Richard Rost 
12 years ago
Wayne, it would not be that hard - just two more VBA commands.

Range("A1").Font.Color = RGB(255,0,0)

RGB is a function that merges RED, GREEN, and BLUE with value from 0 to 255.
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12 years ago
The Extend Conditional Formatting video was great! But, I was wondering how hard would it be to make the code not only change the cell color, but, also change text color and underline?
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Richard Rost 
12 years ago
Philip, yes, I will be working on Excel 2007 VBA very soon. I am working on some Word 2007 courses right now, followed by Access, followed by Excel.
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