Microsoft Excel Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is a subset of the Microsoft Visual Basic programming language. With Excel VBA you can make write code to make Excel work much harder for you and automate many tasks. Not only this but Excel VBA gives you the power to create comprehensive VBA macro applications. VBA is also integrated into all of the other Microsoft Office Applications. For example this means that you can use the features of MS Word within Excel.
How Can Excel VBA Help You
Excel VBA is an extremely powerful tool and once you harness the power it has to offer, you will be able to create you own time saving applications. Some of the features that you may find useful are:
- The automation of manual tasks
- Convert numbers to labels
- Change values across your whole workbook
- Add details to formula
- Create custom dialog boxes
- Write code to interact with databases or other Microsoft Applications
- Develop you own menu structure
Why Excel VBA Training Courses?
Excel VBA is a large and fairly complex coding application and to utilise the functionality that VBA have to offer you will need to learn the basics of Excel VBA. Instructor led training is the perfect scenario to learn Excel VBA. One of our Microsoft Certified trainers will always be available during your training course to solve any VBA coding problems that you have or answer any of your questions.
The leaning process does not end at the end of the day, we will provide you with comprehensive Excel VBA training materials and we give you access to our Excel VBA support forum. Using the support forum you will be able to post a question and get an answer that will solve the problem that you are facing.
Types of Microsoft Excel VBA Training
Our Excel VBA courses are available in the following course formats:
- Public scheduled Excel VBA courses
- Closed company training courses
- On-site training events
- One-to-One tailored or bespoke training
You may find it useful know that we are the market leader in the delivery of Excel VBA instructor-led courses.
Extra Excel VBA Information
Please see our Excel overview page for additional information about Excel VBA and Microsoft Excel.
If you need any help with Microsoft Excel VBA please ask a question using our support forum.