Excel VBA Software Design

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Excel VBA Macros programming language allows users to do amazing stuff with Excel. They enjoy working at higher speeds and get tedious Microsoft Excel tasks done in mere seconds, completing intricate calculations accurately.

VBA is a flexible language, and its English-like syntax makes learning easy.  VBA code saves time and increases accuracy by automating the routine and keeping things running at high accuracy and efficiency.

VBA is also one of the easiest ways to automate processes. It doesn’t require installing anything on the client’s computer with Excel. By writing the VBA code, employees increase their productivity and make themselves more valuable to current and future employers.

For tasks like data consolidation, data analysis,  forecasting, or reporting, users can effectively automate a large portion of their work in areas such as Finance, Banking, Healthcare, Customer Service, and Management Reporting.

Learning Forms and Controls helps users to build User Interactive Windows or Forms, including getting the data from various sources and interacting with other applications.

In addition, VBA can automate most tasks, including report generation, creating a spreadsheet, calculating a large amount of data, and performing data analysis.

Our Excel VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) training course aims to teach individuals how to use VBA programming language to automate tasks and develop custom solutions within Microsoft Office applications, such as Excel.

The course typically covers VBA syntax and structure, data types and variables, programming constructs such as loops and conditional statements, functions and subroutines, working with arrays and collections, and interacting within the Excel application.

With this Excel VBA knowledge, you will be able to:

  • Combine & consolidate multiple Excel files into a single file,
  • Clean data faster, Create Pivot Tables with VBA,
  • Create Forms,
  • Append data from External files, and
  • Learn to use Range, Objects, Properties & Methods in VBA to automate routine tasks.

The goal of the course is to provide individuals with the skills and knowledge they need to create powerful macros, automate repetitive tasks, and develop custom solutions that can help them work more efficiently and effectively with Microsoft Office applications.

Additionally, the training will include best practices for debugging, testing, and maintaining VBA code and tips for optimizing performance and writing efficient code.

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The target audience for an Excel VBA macro programming class includes individuals who want to automate tasks, streamline workflows, and create custom solutions using Excel. This can include:

  1. Business professionals: Individuals who work with Excel regularly, such as financial analysts, project managers, or administrative assistants, can benefit from learning VBA to automate repetitive tasks and create customized reports.
  2. Programmers and developers: Individuals who have experience with programming languages such as Java or Python can use VBA to extend the functionality of Excel and create custom add-ins that interact with other applications.
  3. Students: Students who are studying business, finance, or data analysis can benefit from learning VBA as it is a valuable skill in many industries and can help them stand out in the job market.
  4. Excel power users: Individuals who already have advanced knowledge of Excel and want to take their skills to the next level can benefit from learning VBA to create more complex solutions and automate advanced tasks.

Overall, anyone who uses Excel frequently and wants to increase their productivity, efficiency, and accuracy can benefit from learning VBA macro programming.

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Lesson 1: Software Design With Macros

TOPIC A: Getting to Know Excel Macros

  • Visual Basic for Applications
  • Macros
  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Macro Options
  • Activity: Getting to Know Macros

TOPIC B: Creating a Macro in Microsoft Excel

  • The Macro Recorder
  • Personal Macro Workbooks
  • How to Create a Macro Using the Macro Recorder
  • Activity: Creating a Macro Using the Macro Recorder

TOPIC C: Editing an Excel Macro

  • The Visual Basic Editor
  • Projects
  • Modules
  • The Modules Folder
  • Objects
  • Properties
  • Methods
  • VBA Comments
  • How to Edit a Macro
  • Activity: Editing a Macro

TOPIC D: Debugging a Macro in Excel

  • The Debugging Process
  • Debugging Tools
  • How to Debug a Macro
  • Activity: Debugging a Macro

TOPIC E: Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar and Hotkeys

  • Add a Button to the Quick Access Toolbar to Run a Macro
  • Assign a Keyboard Shortcut to a Macro
  • Activity: Customizing the Quick Access Toolbar and Hotkeys

TOPIC F: Setting Macro Security in Excel

  • Digital Certificates
  • Digital Signatures
  • Macro Security Settings
  • Activity: Setting Macro Security

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Lesson 2: Formatting Worksheets Using Macros

TOPIC A: Inserting Text With Excel Macros

  • The Selection Property
  • The ActiveSheet Property
  • The Name Property
  • The Value Property
  • Concatenation
  • How to Insert Text
  • Activity: Inserting Text

TOPIC B: Formatting Text with Macros in Excel

  • How to Format Text
  • Activity: Formatting Text

TOPIC C: Sorting Data within Excel

  • The Range Object
  • The Select Method
  • The CurrentRegion Property
  • How to Sort Data
  • Activity: Sorting Data

TOPIC D: How To Duplicate Data With Excel Macros

  • Data Types
  • Variables
  • Variable Naming Rules
  • Operators
  • The Assignment Operator
  • Arithmetic Operators
  • Comparison Operators
  • Logical Operators
  • The For Next Loop
  • Do Loops
  • The Worksheets Object
  • The Count Property
  • The Offset Property
  • The Copy Method
  • The Paste Method
  • How to Duplicate Data
  • Activity: Duplicating Data

TOPIC E: Generate a Report in Excel Using Macros

  • The Columns Property
  • The AutoFit Method
  • The Address Property
  • The Call Statement
  • The Font Property
  • The End Property
  • How to Generate a Report
  • Activity: Generating a Report

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Lesson 3: Creating an Interactive Worksheet with Excel Macros

TOPIC A: Determining the Dialog Box Type

  • Message Boxes
  • Input Boxes
  • Activity: Determining the Dialog Box Type

TOPIC B: Capturing User Input With Macros

  • The InputBox Function
  • Constants
  • The MsgBox Function
  • The Code Continuation Character
  • The vbCrLf Constant
  • Decision Structures
  • The Select Case Statement
  • The If Then Structure
  • The Else Clause
  • How to Capture User Input
  • Activity: Capturing User Input

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Lesson 4: Working with Multiple Worksheets

TOPIC A: Insert, Copy, and Delete Worksheets With Excel Macros Methods

  • The Add Method
  • The Copy Method
  • The Delete Method
  • How to Insert, Copy, and Delete Worksheets
  • Activity: Inserting and Deleting Worksheets

TOPIC B: Renaming Worksheets Within Excel

  • Expressions
  • The DateSerial Function
  • The Format Function
  • How to Rename Worksheets
  • Activity: Renaming Worksheets

TOPIC C: Modify the Order of Worksheets Easily With Excel Macros

  • The Move Method
  • How to Modify the Order of Worksheets
  • Activity: Moving Worksheets within a Workbook
  • TOPIC D: Print Worksheets
  • The PrintPreview Method
  • The PrintOut Method
  • How to Print Worksheets
  • Activity: Printing a Workbook

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Lesson 5: Performing Calculations With Excel Macro Code

TOPIC A: Create User-Defined Functions inside Excel

  • User-Defined Functions
  • Types of Functions
  • Arguments
  • How to Create User-Defined Functions
  • Activity: Creating and Applying a User-Defined Function

TOPIC B: Automate SUM Functions

  • Declared Range Objects
  • The Set Statement
  • Range Object Cell Addressing
  • The Rows Property
  • The Formula Property
  • The Columns Property
  • Address Property Cell Reference Settings
  • How to Automate SUM Functions
  • Activity: Automating SUM Functions
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The prerequisites for joining our VBA macro programming workshop are:

  1. Basic knowledge of Excel: Participants should have a good understanding of Excel’s features, such as creating and formatting worksheets, entering data, and using basic formulas and functions.
  2. Access to Excel: Participants should have access to a version of Excel that supports VBA programming, such as Excel 2013 or later.
  3. Willingness to learn: Participants should be motivated and willing to learn new skills and concepts related to VBA programming.

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Note: This class uses a convenient and hands-on approach to gain Excel VBA  Mastery. It requires you to take part in VBA programming exercises during the class. You can bring your own laptop or request to use our computer during the class beforehand.

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