Ultimate Excel VBA
What you'll learn
- Course Goal: You will obtain practical fluency in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) specifically as it applies to Microsoft Excel.
- Course Objectives: 1) You will learn to automate and extend Excel by adding VBA projects to your workbooks. 2) You will learn to enhance, customize and extend the Excel user interface through modifications to the Excel environment, the creation of custom user forms, and the use of ActiveX controls. 3) You will learn how to respond to workbook, worksheet and application events to automate macro execution. 4) You will learn how it is possible to reach outside of Excel by way of VBA, in order to perform cross-application tasks.
- Microsoft Excel (2007-2013)
This is an introductory course on how to program Excel using VBA macros. You will learn to automate and extend the Excel environment to supercharge your Excel models, automate routine tasks, customize your user interface, and manage large quantities of data. This course is based on the instructor's semester-long college courses which have produced thousands of graduates in the fields of business, finance, health care and public policy. Designed for busy professionals who need to take their Excel abilities to the next level, you will not waste time on topics which you are unlikely to use, and you will receive extra attention to the often confusing or overlooked details that will make the most difference to your ultimate understanding. Over 8 hours of instruction!
Who this course is for:
- This is an introductory programming course, so no previous programming experience is assumed. The student should be at least moderately comfortable with Excel. The more prior exposure to Excel you have the more you will get out of the course, but you do not need to be an Excel expert to take the course.
Mark Talbert has been using Excel aggressively since version 1.0, and writing Excel macros both before and after the introduction of the VBA language. He has introduced several college-level courses over 15+ years on Excel modeling and VBA programming, which have together produced thousands of graduates who now work across a wide range of industries. His most frequent email subject line from former students is "Thank God I took your course!" followed closely by "I really wish I would have taken your course!"