Microsoft Excel 2010/2013 – VBA Programming

This course aims to increase your productivity by providing the skills and knowledge to use programming VBA code in Microsoft Excel effectively.

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Area of Learning — Microsoft Excel 2010/2013 – VBA Programming

Course Outline

Recorded Macros

  • Macro Recorder Overview
  • Recording A Simple Macro
  • Running A Recorded Macro
  • Relative Recording
  • Running A Relative Recording
  • Viewing The Module
  • Modifying A Recorded Macro
  • Quick Reference

Recorder WorkShop

  • Creating A Recorded Application
  • Examining The Data
  • Recording A Summation Macro
  • Recording An Averaging Macro
  • Recording The Maximum Macro
  • Recording The Minimum Macro
  • Recording Divisional Macros
  • Testing Macros
  • Creating Objects To Run Macros
  • Assigning A Macro To An Object
  • Quick Reference

User-Defined Functions

  • User Defined Function Overview
  • Creating A User Defined Function
  • Using A User Defined Function
  • Creating Another Function
  • Passing Multiple Arguments
  • Modifying A Function
  • Creating A Function Library
  • Quick Reference

Using The VBA Editor

  • Overview Of The VBA Editor
  • Opening And Closing The Editor
  • Working With The Project Explorer
  • Working With The Properties Window
  • Using The Work Area
  • Working With A Code Module
  • Running Procedures From The Editor
  • Setting Break Points In The Editor
  • Stepping Through A Procedure
  • Quick Reference

Understanding VBA

  • Overview Of VBA
  • Using The Immediate Window
  • Working With Object Collections
  • Setting Property Values
  • Working With Worksheets
  • Using The Object Browser
  • Programming With The Object Browser
  • Quick Reference

Procedures

  • Overview Of Procedures
  • Creating A Command Procedure
  • Making Sense Of IntelliSense
  • Using The Edit Toolbar
  • Commenting Statements
  • Indenting Text
  • Bookmarking In Procedures
  • Procedures Quick Reference

Using Variables

  • Overview Of Variables
  • Creating And Using Variables
  • Implicit And Explicit Declarations
  • The Scope Of Variables
  • Procedure Level Scoping
  • Module Level Scoping
  • Public Scoping Of Variables
  • Passing Variables By Reference
  • Passing Variables By Value
  • Avoiding Variant Data Types
  • Using Arrays
  • Quick Reference

Using Excel Objects

  • Overview Of The Excel Object Model
  • Splitting The Screen
  • Using Workbook Objects
  • Using Worksheet Objects
  • Using Range Objects
  • Using Objects In A Procedure
  • Quick Reference

Programming Techniques

  • Understanding Programming Conventions
  • Communicating With The User
  • Prompting For User Input
  • Using The Input Method
  • Using IF To Make Decisions
  • Testing For Multiple Conditions
  • Looping A Fixed Number Of Times
  • Looping A Specified Number Of Times
  • Looping An Unknown Number Of Times
  • Quick Reference

Creating Custom Forms

  • Custom Forms Overview
  • Creating A Custom Form
  • Changing The Form Properties
  • Adding Text Boxes To The Form
  • Moving Controls
  • Adding Label Controls To The Form
  • Changing Text Box Control Properties
  • Changing Label Control Properties
  • Adding A Combo Box
  • Adding Option Buttons
  • Adding Command Buttons
  • Running A Form
  • Quick Reference

Programming Custom Forms

  • Overview Forms Programming
  • Initialising The Form
  • Closing The Form
  • Updating The List
  • Creating Error Checking Procedures
  • Running A Form From A Procedure
  • Quick Reference

Custom Menus

  • Overview Of Custom Menus
  • Creating A New Menu
  • Creating A Cascade Menu
  • Adding Menu Commands
  • Assigning Macros To Menu Commands
  • Removing A Menu
  • Custom Menus Quick Reference

Automatic Startup

  • Overview Of Automatic Startup
  • Programming Automatic Events
  • Running Automatic Procedures
  • Automatically Starting The Workbook
  • Quick Reference.

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Learning Outcomes

At the completion of this courseware participants will be able to:

  • record macros using the recorder
  • create an application using the recorder
  • create user-defined functions
  • work with the VBA editor
  • understand VBA concepts and features
  • create procedures and sub routines
  • work with variables
  • work with Excel objects
  • use standard programming techniques and concepts
  • create custom forms
  • program custom forms
  • modify the Excel menu system to show your macros
  • make macros start automatically.

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