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At the completion of this course, the student will be able to write VBA code that includes declaring and using all types of variables and constants, conditional statements, subroutines and functions, loops, error-trapping, built-in functions, file processing, and more.
The student should have some familiarity with Microsoft Windows and various applications such as spreadsheets, databases and word processing. Also, familiarity with fundamentals of Visual Basic such as placing controls on forms and running applications is very helpful.
2 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is designed for non-programmers, such as application developers with some experience with spreadsheet macros, web-page scripts, but with little or no experience in any programming language.
Overview::Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) part I::VBA part II