Microsoft VBA for Excel 2010 Level 1



The Microsoft VBA for Excel 2010 Level 1 training course is aimed at experienced Excel users who need to automate repetitive tasks or simplify more complex tasks using macros and VBA.

Delegates must have sound Excel skills and understand key concepts of spreadsheets, or equivalent to our advanced course level.


Benefits of the Microsoft VBA for Excel 2010 Level 1 training course:

  • Record / Run Macros
  • Write Code Manually
  • Perform Loops, Controls and Error Handling
  • Create UDF Functions and Add-ins
  • Create User forms and Sheet Controls
  • Use Events
Course details:

Course details of the Microsoft VBA for Excel 2010 Level 1 training course:

  • Concept, Recording and Running Macros, the VBE Environment
  • Button, Custom Menu Item, Forms Toolbar executing
    Visual Basic Language Rules
  • Control Structures
  • Looping Structures
  • Interactive Macros
  • Interactive Macros
  • Creating Interactive Forms
  • Events
  • Security

Usual duration: Two days

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