In Excel 2003: Introduction to VBA you apply the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programming language to simplify many of the tasks you learned in Excel 2007: Level 1 and Excel 2007: Level 2.
- Course Outline
In the previous Excel courses, you used Excel to simplify business tasks, including the creation of spreadsheets, graphs, charts, and formulas that were difficult to create and nearly impossible to maintain using pencil and paper. You now want to simplify your work in the Excel environment by automating many of the repetitive tasks that are part of spreadsheet development. In Excel 2003: Introduction to VBA you apply the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programming language to simplify many of the tasks you learned in Excel 2007: Level 1 and Excel 2007: Level 2.
You will use VBA to create macros for automating repetitive tasks in Excel 2007.
Students looking to gain the skills necessary to apply VBA to develop macros, format worksheets, create user-interactive macros, work with multiple worksheets, and perform calculations. In addition, students who already have knowledge of the basics of Excel, including how to create, edit, format, and print worksheets that include charts and sorted and filtered data.
Lesson 1: Building Solutions
- Topic 1A: Solution Concepts
- Topic 1B: Data Entry Concepts
- Topic 1C: Macro Concepts
- Topic 1D: Programming Concepts
- Topic 2A: Planning Macros
- Topic 2B: Recording Macros
- Topic 2C: Executing Macros
- Topic 2D: Maintaining Macros
- Topic 3A: Understanding Objects
- Topic 3B: Using the Visual Basic Editor
- Topic 3C: Understanding VBA Code
- Topic 3D: Executing VBA Code
- Topic 3E: VBA Help Reference
- Topic 4A: Planning User Forms
- Topic 4B: Designing User Forms
- Topic 5A: Preparing for Deployment
- Topic 5B: Code Security
- Topic 5C: Creating Custom Toolbars
- Topic 5D: Creating Custom Macro Buttons
- Topic 6A: Prompting for User Input
- Topic 6B: Automating Data Entry
- Topic 6C: Recording Absolute vs. Relative References
- Topic 6D: Protecting VBA Source Code
- Topic 7A: Writing Source Code
- Topic 7B: Variable & Constants
- Topic 7C: Writing Tips
- Topic 7D: Logical Operators
- Topic 7E: Flow Control
- Topic 8A: Handling Errors
- Topic 8B: Syntax Errors
- Topic 8C: Logical Errors
- Topic 8D: Run-Time Errors
- Topic 9A: External References
- Topic 9B: ActiveX Data Objects Concepts
- Topic 9C: Connecting to a Database
- Topic 9D: Retrieving Records from a Database
- Topic 10A: Automation Concepts
- Topic 10B: Working with Object Models
- Topic 10C: Excel's Object Model
- Topic 10D: Automating Excel with VBScript
- Prerequisites & Certificates
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: - Understand key concepts for custom solutions. - Be familiar with basic macro techniques. - Understand how Visual Basics for Applications is used in Excel. - Learn to design and layout a user form & controls for customized dialogue boxes. - Learn how to automate and deploy Excel with visual basics enhancements. - Learn to handle 3 types of errors and enhance source code with variables, constants and logical operators.
Certificate of Completion
- Cancellation Policy
Cancellation Policy & Satisfaction Guarantee
You may cancel or reschedule your registration without penalty up to 5 business days before your class date.
ASAP Training Ltd. is located at 950 - 167 Lombard Avenue, in Exchange District. A training manual is provided. We encourage all students to bring in a USB stick for student files as we no longer hand out course files on a CD.
ASAP Training Ltd. is located in the picturesque downtown Exchange District at 950-167 Lombard Avenue, in the Grain Exchange Building, you can access the building from Rorie Street and Lombard Avenue.
Class Times and Other Details
ASAP Training Ltd. classes begin promptly at 8:30 am and end around 4:00 pm. Our doors open at 8:00 am. Coffee and tea are provided for students. We have a kitchen with a microwave and refrigerator available for student use if they wish to bring their own lunch. Lunch break is one hour from approximately 11:30 to 12:30. A telephone and sitting area are available for student use. Our office is a non-smoking facility and is wheelchair accessible.
There are many restaurants available within walking distance of the school.
For your convenience, we have also provided a map of the available Parking Lots in proximity to the Grain Exchange Building, indoor and outdoor parking.
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