Class UniqueValues (Excel VBA)
The UniqueValues object uses the DupeUnique property to return or set an enum that determines whether the rule should look for duplicate or unique values in the range.
Member in collection
To use a UniqueValues class variable it first needs to be instantiated, for example
Dim uvs as UniqueValues Set uvs = ActiveCell.FormatConditions(Index:=1)
The following procedures can be used to set variables of type UniqueValues: FormatConditions.AddUniqueValues, FormatConditions.AddUniqueValues, FormatConditions.AddUniqueValues, FormatConditions.AddUniqueValues, FormatConditions.AddUniqueValues, FormatConditions.AddUniqueValues and FormatConditions.AddUniqueValues.
Here is an example of processing the UniqueValues items in a collection.
Dim uvsFormatCondition As UniqueValues For Each uvsFormatCondition In ActiveCell.FormatConditions Next uvsFormatCondition
FormatConditions.Add - Adds a new conditional format.
FormatConditions.AddAboveAverage - Returns a new AboveAverage aboveaverage representing a conditional formatting rule for the specified range.
FormatConditions.AddColorScale - Returns a new ColorScale colorscale representing a conditional formatting rule that uses gradations in cell colors to indicate relative differences in the values of cells included in a selected range.
FormatConditions.AddDatabar - Returns a DataBar databar representing a data bar conditional formatting rule for the specified range.
FormatConditions.AddIconSetCondition - Returns a new IconSetCondition iconsetcondition that represents an icon set conditional formatting rule for the specified range.
FormatConditions.AddTop10 - Returns a Top10 top10 representing a conditional formatting rule for the specified range.
FormatConditions.AddUniqueValues - Returns a new UniqueValues uniquevalues representing a conditional formatting rule for the specified range.
FormatConditions.Delete - Deletes the object.
FormatConditions.Item - Returns a single object from a collection.
Delete - Deletes the specified conditional formatting rule object.
ModifyAppliesToRange - Sets the cell range to which this formatting rule applies.
SetFirstPriority - Sets the priority value for this conditional formatting rule to 1 so that it will be evaluated before all other rules on the worksheet.
SetLastPriority - Sets the evaluation order for this conditional formatting rule so that it is evaluated after all other rules on the worksheet.
FormatConditions.Count returns a Long value that represents the number of objects in the collection.
AppliesTo returns a Range object specifying the cell range to which the formatting rule is applied.
Borders returns a Borders collection that specifies the formatting of cell borders if the conditional formatting rule evaluates to True.
DupeUnique returns or sets one of the constants of the XlDupeUnique enumeration, which specifies if the conditional formatting rule is looking for unique or duplicate values.
Font returns a Font object that specifies the font formatting if the conditional formatting rule evaluates to True.
Interior returns an Interior object that specifies a cell's interior attributes for a conditional formatting rule that evaluates to True.
NumberFormat returns or sets the number format applied to a cell if the conditional formatting rule evaluates to True.
Priority returns or sets the priority value of the conditional formatting rule. The priority determines the order of evaluation when multiple conditional formatting rules exist on a worksheet.
PTCondition returns a Boolean value indicating if the conditional format is being applied to a PivotTable.
ScopeType returns or sets one of the constants of the XlPivotConditionScope enumeration, which determines the scope of the conditional format when it is applied to a PivotTable.
StopIfTrue returns or sets a Boolean value that determines if additional formatting rules on the cell should be evaluated if the current rule evaluates to True.
Type returns one of the constants of the XlFormatConditionType enumeration, which specifies the type of conditional format.
Borders - A collection of four Border objects that represent the four borders of a Range object or Style object.
Font - Contains the font attributes (font name, font size, color, and so on) for an object.
Interior - Represents the interior of an object.
Range - Represents a cell, a row, a column, a selection of cells containing one or more contiguous blocks of cells, or a 3D range.