Advance VBA Marcos Training
VBA is important in financial industry, because its integration into Microsoft Office, especially Excel. You will probably need to use VBA if you go into a financial or insurance company. Therefore, knowing how to use VBA is a definite advantage for your future career.
Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA, Macros) when used with Microsoft Excel can build powerful automated business tools quickly and minimum cost. If you sit in front of a computer screen all day creating reports in Microsoft Excel, you know the power of this VBA software package. But if you aren't using macros yet, you don't know the half of it. Macros automate common and repetitive keystrokes that you use in Excel to create and edit spreadsheets. By reducing the number of keystrokes required to perform common commands, macros speed up your production and reduce the time you have to spend staring at an electronic spreadsheet each day.
At the end of the course the participant would be able to write your own functions and procedures, design forms and working with add-ins,fit Excel for your professional use; process data (input, sort, filter, group and subtotals);activate advanced functions; make use of charts; build routines,
produce shortcuts and buttons, optimize work and shorten the response time for complex tasks.
- Write macros to automate routine work.
- Create user defined functions and procedures.
- Design and use forms for data entry and maintain database.
- Create add-ins to deploy at client machines.
- Create reports.
Why Advance VBA Macros
You don't need to be an Excel professional to take this course, just average Excel skills will do. If you're new to Excel then this is not the place to start. We have a full Excel course here on our site.Please go through the best Ms-Excel training Institute in Mumbai|Thane.
Understanding Editor's components
Simple Input and Output with VBA
Collecting User Input with Input Box ()
Output with Msg Box ()
Manipulating Strings with VBA Functions
Fun with Strings
Loops and Arrays
- One-Dimensional Arrays
- Multi-Dimensional Arrays
- Dynamic Arrays
Looping with VBA
Private, Public, and Procedure Scope
Designing Forms with VBA
Adding a Form to a Project
Components of the User Form Object
Adding ActiveX Controls to a Form
Showing and Hiding Forms
Designing Custom Dialog Boxes Using Forms
Validation with the Input Box () Function
Top-Level Excel Objects
The Application Object
The Workbook and Window Objects
The Worksheet Object
The Range Object
Using the On-Error Statement
The Chart Object
Accessing Existing Charts
- Note:All concepts will be explain from basics in deep knowledge.
- Contact us to know reference scheme and get attractive discount on admission of 2+ Students.
Syllabus is only for your reference. You will be learning a lot more than syllabus. Our approach is to train you according to the Company necessity (As per Industry Requirement).