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This course is an introduction to Excel Macros and Form controls. The course is designed for those with some experience using Excel and now want to start using Macros and form controls in their spreadsheets. The course has three main parts, first part is all about working with and running macros, in this part you will learn how to record Macros work with and run Macros. You will learn the difference between absolute and relative references when recording your Macros and many other things you can do with Macros. The second part has to do with excel Form controls, you will learn the nine Form controls you can insert into your spreadsheets and how to define their properties to collect and work with data. The last part is us using what we have learned to create an order form application using excel formulas, form controls and macros.
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|Section 1: Overview|
|Section 2: Creating And Modifying Macros|
Two things you must do before you begin creating excel macrosPreview
Creating Your First MacroPreview
Examining Macro CodePreview
The Difference Between Absolute And Relative References
Assigning A Keystroke To A Macro
Running a Macro When You Open a Workbook
Assigning Macros to Shapes and Objects
Adding Macros to The Excel Ribbon
Add Macro Button to the quick access toolbar
|Section 3: Form Controls|
What are the nine Form controls
Inserting a Command Button
Inserting a Combo Box
Inserting a List Box
Inserting Check boxes and Option buttons
Inserting a Scroll Bar
Inserting a spin button
|Section 4: Putting it all together|
Creating an order form Part 1
Creating an order form part 2
Creating an order form part 3
My name is Bobson St. Pierre I am a Certified Microsoft Office Specialist and have over 14 years of experience in the IT field. I have worked as an Excel VBA programmer, Ms Office Support Specialist, Consultant, and now Trainer. I want to take what I know about Excel and Microsoft Office and share it with you.