I thought about flagging your post but then I thought I would share a story with you, but who knows, someone else might come along and flag it...
When I was working with a unnamed company, they hired a guy nearly strait out of college at nearly double the amount of pay I was recieving. No prob, he had all the right initials after his name but come to find out he could not program in VB or any of the C varients worth a lick. Not saying that he could not get the job done EVENTUALLY, but his experience was nearly null. It seems that his education was more in the theory of things than actual practice and there are a great many colleges/universities that continue to teach this way. So perhaps, Engineer.Saleh may have some of those initials and perhaps they were educated this way. Either way, who are you to say something about or comment about a persons moniker/handle?
If you do a search at this site or google or yahoo with your keywords, you should find many examples in VB6 that for the most part should be able to be converted to VBA.
if it is so simple to you write the code down
if you don't know keep your mouth shut OK
anyhow, i've already done it. just as an amusement for myself. it took me about 20 minutes, 10 of which was spent looking through Excel's Help files and, since i'm not a VBA person, a couple google queries on basic syntax
but if you think i'm going to tell you how to do it, you're smoking crack. how about you go and engineer yourself up a solution, mister engineer?