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— Created by the community for the community,Dark World Reborn has little to do with Paradox Interactive, Paradox Entertainment or any of its subsidiary companies. The history of how the mod came to be starts with one of the developers of Crusader Kings II having a dream. In it, he was told that he was an evil king who had destroyed a whole kingdom. He had used a dark power to create the kingdom, which has now grown so powerful that it threatens the whole of humanity. After the dream, he had decided to make a mod for the game to make the dream a reality. To his dismay, he was unable to find a creator, and decided to start the project himself. He eventually found developer Mikke "Waraxe" Szulkowski, who joined the project in January 2013. With a beta version out in March 2013, Dark World Reborn is now in release version 0.8, and is officially in development. The intention is to release a stable version once the mod is done. Since Dark World Reborn is based on Crusader Kings II, any modding skills from that game are not necessary.Q: Highlighting tables cells in Excel I'm trying to add a Highlighting function to my Excel sheet. I'm trying to figure out how to call my worksheet_change function on a certain Range. In other words how to make a specific Range in an Excel sheet react when something changes in it. For example: I have in Cell A3 "USA" and in Cell A4 "Germany" (just to visualize it). In Cell A5 I wrote =SUM(A2:A5) When I now change something in A2 (for example "Germany") I would like the cell A5 to change automatically. To get this done I tried to look for a VBA way to get my Range to react to a change. I found something that works to some degree, but I don't know how to set it up in a VBA way, so that it changes the cell when I write in it. I would really like to avoid using macros because I can't automate the entire sheet, so I would like to do this by only using formulas if possible. A: It is actually quite easy if you take into account that Range Objects in VBA are really just containers for arrays. When you define the Range like this: Sub SetCellHighlighting()

 

 

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