How do I change the cursor in VBA?

How do I change the cursor in VBA?

Ensure your userform is showing in the Visual Basic Editor (keyboard shortcut Alt + F11) Ensure the Properties Pane is visible (keyboard shortcut F4) Select the userform you wish to modify. Within the Properties Pane, find the Property called MousePointer and change it to the fmMousePointerCustom option.

What is cursor in VBA?

Returns or sets the appearance of the mouse pointer in Microsoft Excel.

How do you get rid of hand pointers?

There is a very basic solution for this, when you open the email you will see at the top of the scroll bar there is a small hand icon. Clicking this hand icon turns it ON (its very easy to accidently do). Simply click it again and it turns the ‘hand grab’ function off.

How do I change the cursor in Excel?

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  1. Open Control Panel and click on Mouse icon.
  2. Click/tap on the Pointers tab and Under Customize, select a pointer you want to change.
  3. Click/tap on Use Default if you want to change the pointer to use the default pointer for it.
  4. Click/tap on Apply to make the change to see how you like it.

What is the I beam in Microsoft Word?

An I-cursor, also referred to as an I-beam pointer, is a mouse cursor, indicating the mouse is over an area where text can be typed. Its shape resembles the capital letter “I”. Text can then be highlighted, inserted, or changed in that area.

How do I get a different mouse cursor?

Changing the look of your mouse pointer

  1. In Windows, search for and open Change how the mouse pointer looks.
  2. In the Mouse Properties window, click the Pointers tab. To choose a new pointer image: In the Customize box, click the pointer function (such as Normal Select), and click Browse.
  3. Click OK to save your changes.

How do I make my mouse a different shape?

To do so, click the Start button, and then click Control Panel. Click Hardware and Sound, and then under Devices and Printers, click Mouse. In the Mouse Properties box, click on the Pointers and Pointer Options tab, and adjust the options to change the shape and size of your cursor by changing the “scheme”.

What is PtrSafe attribute?

The PtrSafe attribute indicates to the VBA compiler that the Declare statement is targeted for the 64-bit version of Office. Without this attribute, using the Declare statement in a 64-bit system will result in a compile-time error. The PtrSafe attribute is optional on the 32-bit version of Office.