Excel VBA training course Singapore
Excel VBA Singapore
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Course Duration: 3 days
Designed for non VBA practitioners. This is a short & easy-to-follow workshop to learn how to build VBA programs from scratch in Microsoft Excel.
Introduction to the VBA Programming Language
What is VBA?
VBA or Visual Basic for Applications is a computer coding language used by millions of people across the world to automate tasks in Microsoft Office products. It’s a programming language that has been around since 1993 and is one of the easiest coding languages to learn.
Where can you find VBA working
VBA is built into most Microsoft Office applications, including Office for Mac OS X (except version 2008)! That means you can write VBA programs and macros to automate applications like Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook. They are the most often used applications in the business world. If you need to use spreadsheets, write a document, create a slide or send an email, VBA can be used to to run those mundane task faster and even replace the person doing those tasks.
Why is VBA useful today
With just a few lines of VBA code in Microsoft Excel, you can manipulate thousands of rows of data within seconds, pull data automatically from the internet, even create business reports automatically on it own! With this computer language it empowers you to do virtually anything you want with Excel.
Learning how to code VBA in Microsoft Excel is a very quick way to differentiate yourself from other Excel users and even from other resumes if you are seeking a job. People tend to associate folks who knows VBA code as an advanced user and will look to them for help.
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