This course helps you extend the capabilities of the entire Office suite using Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). Even if you have no programming experience, you'll be automating routine computing processes quickly using the simple, yet powerful VBA programming language. We start at the beginning to get you acquainted with VBA so you can start recording macros right away. You'll then build upon that foundation to utilize the full capabilities of the language in Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint.
Anyone looking to extend the capabilities of the entire Office suite using VBA.
VBA syntax, variables, constants, and enumerations, array variables, finding objects, methods, and properties.
1 VBA syntax, variables, constants, and enumerations, array variables, finding objects, methods, and properties.
Built–in functions, creating your own functions, making decisions in your code, using loops to repeat actions.
Getting user input with message boxes and input boxes, creating simple custom dialog boxes, creating complex forms.
Building modular code and using classes, debugging your code and handling errors, building well–behaved code, exploring VBA’s security features.
The Word object model and key objects, working with widely used objects in Word, the Excel object model and key objects, working with widely used objects in Excel, the PowerPoint object, model and key objects, working with shapes and running slide shows, the Outlook object model and key objects, working with events in Outlook, the Access object model and key objects, manipulating the data in an Access database via VBA, accessing one application from another application, programming the Office 2016 ribbon.
"Excellent presentation - very good course structure."
"Hard concepts were explained very simply."
This structured training course seeks to build upon workbook learning through the use of group exercises, dynamic discussion and individual tasks in order to deliver an engaging and interactive module that will ensure all candidates are able to transfer their new skills into the workplace.