Excel VBA Macro Course Turns Users Into Programmers
Excel VBA programming has traditionally been a specialist area purely for geeks. However, the 1 week Intensive Excel VBA training course event which is held in London by Macresource Computer Training aims to change that.
“We believe that the key qualification for learning Excel VBA should be a good knowledge of Excel itself.” says Excel trainer and VBA developer Alexander Maxwell. “We have seen time and time again that basic programming skills can be learned by anyone. Provided that they know Excel well and have projects in mind which motivate them to master VBA.”
The one week intensive Microsoft Excel VBA training course held by Macresource - www.macresource.co.uk - provides a baptism of fire to users of Microsoft Excel who need to get up to speed on programming so they can automate such operations as the creation of reports and the collation of data.
This approach to Excel macro training is not for the faint-hearted. However, companies are always keen for their staff to master a tool which will staff productivity and help the business to run more efficiently.
VBA controls Excel by way of macros which are also called procedures. A macro is a series of commands that is recorded and can be played back at a later time. These programmed instructions allow the user to be able to automate tasks and solve complex calculations.
VBA allows a user to do the following tasks in Excel. It allows the user to automate report and chart generation. It allows the user to use data processing in the Excel program. It can build professional grade wizards quickly. A wizard is a floating dialog box. It can perform analysis jobs in Excel such as optimization and modeling.
The one week course covers all the key aspects of Excel VBA development starting with the fundamentals: working with variables, sub routines, functions, conditional statements, loops, arrays. It then moves on to look at the manipulation of workbooks, worksheets and ranges, the creation of user forms and event programming.
Full details of the Excel VBA course and of the topics covered can be found at www.macresource.co.uk/fasttrackspecials/msexcel.html.
- Contact Information
- Alexander Maxwell
- Senior trainer
- Macresource Computer Training
- (44) 208 930 0287
- Contact via E-mail
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