The last part of my VBA training is here: in this Macro tutorial for Excel, I am going to show you how VBA Excel macros work, and how to create Excel events that don't need buttons to start working as they are self-triggered. For this Excel macros tutorial, you should already know the basics of VBA. If you have no experience with VBA, start with my first course from the series.
Microsoft has created Visual Basic for Applications or VBA to allow people to have more functionality with their apps such as MS Excel. Usually, Excel files have multiple files, and if you need to have a bit more complex calculations, it can take you hours to make sense of the data and how you should group, extract and use it properly. But VBA and Excel macros can help with this task. This programming language can help you in file and folder handling, and you get to create self-triggered Excel events to automate your work even more.
If you want to learn how to use macros in Excel, you are in luck, because this course will show you that and more:
In this course, you will not only learn how to use macros in Excel theoretically, but you will also get practical tasks, and I will show you some projects that we can complete.
This is the last course on VBA training, and if you finish this Excel macros tutorial, you can surely start calling yourself a VBA professional. So enroll in this course today and become more productive with MS Excel!
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