Topics included in this 2-day course: Building Solutions, Macro Basics, VBA Programming Basics, VBA User Form Basics, Deployment Basics, Customizing Macros, Enhancing VBA Code, Handling errors, Accessing External Data, Excel automation.
- Course Start Date: Dec. 18
- Location: Ottawa
- Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (Note on end times)
- Duration: 2 Days
on the number or students and pace of the class.
It is important to allow for the class to run a little bit longer,
or finish a little sooner, than expected.
- Delivery Method(s):Instructor Led
- Discount Seats Available:2
- Category:Microsoft Excel Training
that provides you with the quality training that
you have come to expect, and combines it with
flexible learning and a self paced environment.
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- Course Outline
Course Length: 12hrs (2 Days)
VBA is the programming Interface for Excel and is used to automate tasks and generate easy to use code with other applications. VBA can be used in any version of Microsoft Excel. VBA's ability to automate and produce efficient results makes any Excel worksheet easier to use. Simple codes are written into short programs and are used to perform specific, repetitive tasks.
In this course, you will:
- Record And Run Simple Macros
- Use the VB Editor and Code Window
- Create and Edit VBA Code
- Work with Objects
- Work with Variables
- Create Procedures and Functions
- Work with Forms and Controls
- Understand Debugging
This course is designed for students who need to automate repetitive tasks and create simple macros that run in spreadsheets. Knowledge of Excel spreadsheets is recommended.
Section 1: Basic Macro Concepts
How to Record a Macro, Re-recording a Macro
How to Play, Delete, Edit and Rename a Macro
Using Relative Referencing
Running a Macro While Recording Another
Section 2: Macro Security
Section 3: Personal Macro Workbook
Section 4: Dealing with Ranges that Change Size over Time
Section 5 - 8 Different Ways to Run a Macro
Adding to Ribbon, Creating Buttons, etc.
Section 6: Visual Basic for Applications - Basics
The Visual Basic Editor
The VBA Toolbars
Protecting a Module
Section 7: Writing Code
Objects, Properties and Methods
Using the With Construct
Recording vs. Writing – Pros and Cons
Getting Help with the Object Browser
Declaring and Using Variables
Using Formulas in Macros
Section 8: User Interaction
Input Boxes and Message Boxes
Formatting Input or Message Boxes with the Format Function
Section 9: Adding Special Characters including Line Breaks
Section 10: IF Statements
Message Boxes that Allow for Input
Section 11: Running Other Procedures
Section 12: Event Trapping
Auto_Open() and Auto_Close()
- Prerequisites & Certificates
This course is intended for participants who are familiar with Microsoft Office Excel 2007.
Training includes 1 course manual, a Certificate of completion, and a voucher for 30 days of After Training Support
- Cancellation Policy
Compuease Cancellation Policy
We at Compuease work hard to arrange our schedules around your needs. Last minute cancellations put additional strain on our schedules and therefore we have the following Cancellation Policy for our Public Classes. You may cancel or reschedule a registration at any time up to 10 business days before the class without penalty. Canceling or rescheduling a registration within 10 business days requires full payment of the course fee. You are welcome to transfer your seat in a class to another individual at any time before the class.
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