Did you know that you can learn to automate almost anything you do in Excel? You can save your time and efforts by delegating all routine and repetitive tasks and functions to a computer with Excel VBA (Virtual Basic for Application). Doing so manually can require ages while with some few lines of code in your Excel VBA sheets, you can do the same amount of work in seconds. And then hang around at the coffee machine in your office. Find out how to learn the magic in this Excel VBA tutorial which is the 3rd part of my VBA training series. You can find the first course of the series here.
VBA is a programming language which is embedded into MS Office. That means it can serve for you to trigger passive macros by receiving your emails in Outlook and help you generate emails with necessary information. It will also process data in Excel. You’ll be able to handle the data in an Excel VBA worksheet, add VBA for each worksheet and then send it out to your beautiful PowerPoint presentation with ease. Also, if you keep in mind to write a user-friendly code, after completing this Excel VBA tutorial, you’ll be able to share your script. Other colleagues will be able to modify the macro, and they won’t have to bother you every time they need to change the data in one column or when they want to know how to select a sheet in VBA. Working with loops in your worksheets, VBA will enable you to loop through a range of cells by writing only a few code lines.
These are only the starting advantages that you’ll notice almost instantly after you learn and start working with Excel VBA sheets. Now it’s time to see the plan of how you are going to learn all this stuff.
The best thing is that it’s going to be project-based learning, where you’ll immediately use the theory in your own fresh Excel VBA worksheets. And my job doesn’t stop in this course. After you learn how to make an Excel worksheets a VBA coding playground, I’ll be there to support you in case of difficulties.
The main topics that you’ll study in this course include:
I’ve been teaching online for more than 5 years with a great passion for sharing what I know and contribute to shaping my students’ career for the better. Enroll this Excel VBA tutorial and in just 4 hours, learn essential skills like adding VBA for each worksheet that will help you save a lot of time.
There are not too many people on this planet that much driven by Excel as Ajay Parmar is! He’s been teaching all-things Excel from the most basic to most advanced level for more than 8 years now. And he still refers to it as his hobby and passion. Ajay appreciates the opportunity he’s created for himself to assist thousands of students in shaping their careers. He’s happy to share his knowledge locally in India and globally, using the BitDegree platform as one of the channels to reach out to an unlimited number of students.
Ajay Parmar holds a Bachelor’s degree in Maths from Punjab University. He’s created tens of different online courses where he reveals the endless possibilities of Excel – the software he’s got excellent skills in. He makes learning advanced VBScript, MS Access, and any topics related to Excel like a breeze.
On BitDegree, you can find a rich collection of Ajay Parmar’s courses where you can master visual basics for applications (VBA). Most of Ajay’s courses are beginner-friendly, so you can basically start from scratch being guided by an experienced tutor.