NitroFlare Master Excel for VBA : Discover How to Put Excel on Autopilot

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    Master Excel for VBA: Discover How to Put Excel on Autopilot
    MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 57 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 2 Hours | 2.11 GB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

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    How to automate tasks and operations that you perform frequently
    Learn how to use the VBA editor
    Discover the use input boxes and message boxes to interact users
    Learn how to use error messages
    Exercise files to practice what you learn
    Learn advanced methods for automating tedious Excel jobs
    Advanced VBA Language Details in easy-to-learn form
    Learn vital Event Patterns
    Extensive discussion of Custom Object possibilities
    Successfully interfacing with Excel
    Working with References and Libraries
    Discover how to customize the right click menu
    How to modify the Excel user interface
    Great for automating repetitive tasks and operations that you perform frequently, VBA is a powerful tool to increase your productivity.

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    Essential VBA Training for Excel

    Contents and Overview

    The course is designed for individuals and professionals who are new to VBA and who are seeking practical ways to automate tasks in Microsoft Excel that are performed frequently.

    Through 4 hours of video lectures and exercise files, you'll learn the essentials you need to know to create powerful macros using VBA for Excel.

    Find out how to use the VBA editor, VBA syntax, keywords, and comments.

    Discover how to define and manage variables, set up subroutines, and create functions.

    Also, find out how to use input boxes and message boxes to interact with end users.

    Learn practical methods for using macro errors to improve your VBA code.

    When you complete this course, you'll be well on your way to using VBA macros in Excel to help you and others automate tasks and operations performed frequently.

    Intermediate VBA for Excel

    You've completed the beginner course in VBA - or you've used VBA in your personal life or at work. You know your way around this incredibly helpful Visual Basics for Applications that is always associated with power driving MS Excel. You understand how VBA can automate BIG Excel tasks so they can be done quickly, making you look like the office genius. Hey, nothing wrong with that!

    Now challenge yourself with the next logical step. Intermediate VBA is the learner friendly course that steps you through powerful, more advanced features and possibilities of making VBA do what you need it to.




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