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Excel VBA Course Overview
This four-part Excel VBA course provides participants with the skills needed to incorporate Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) into financial models. This VBA module series will be particularly valuable to those who regularly build financial models in Excel and are looking for a thorough introduction to VBA.
Introduction to Excel VBA course for financial modeling
In this first module, we explore the benefits of using VBA in financial models, outline how to navigate around the Visual Basic Editor Window and record a wide range of macros. By the end of this module, you will have a solid understanding of VBA Excel principles and how to record macros using absolute and relative referencing.
- Explain the benefits of VBA in financial models
- Navigate around the VBE window
- Record macros using absolute and relative referencing
Design, build and run Excel VBA sub procedures
In this second section of this Excel VBA course, we cover how to create sub procedures using objects, properties, and methods. By the end of this module, you will be able to design, build and run VBA sub procedures.
- Write VBA code for a sub procedure
- Differentiate between VBA objects, properties and methods
- Understand why and how to declare variables
- Call sub procedures when needed
Create customized Excel functions
In this third section of the course, we cover how to create and use functions in VBA code. By the end of this module, you will be able to take advantage of a wide range of VBA functions, incorporate Excel functions into your VBA code and create customized Excel functions.
- Utilize unique VBA functions
- Incorporate Excel functions into VBA code
- Create customized functions using VBA code
Branching, looping and procedure code
In this fourth module we cover how to write branching and looping code. By the end of this module, you will be able write branching and looping code, create event handling procedures and use “On Error” statements.
- Create event handling procedures
- Use “On Error” statements
- Create branching code using “If…Then” statements
- Create looping code using “For…Next” and “Do…Loop” statements
This section of the Excel VBA course incorporates sophisticated search and navigation tools that allow you to go at your own pace while pop quizzes get you to test what you have just learned. This module includes several Excel-based case studies and solutions as well as a PDF - VBA reference guide - that can be used while taking the course and downloaded to your computer for future reference.
Who should take this Excel VBA course?
This Excel VBA course is designed for professionals working in a wide range of finance and accounting positions. It's ideal for anyone who wants to use VBA to enhance their Excel skills.
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What Our Students Say
Most frustrating about this course: *) Several 20 second videos. Very annoying to have to constantly click next and lose focus when you could just merge videos to be not that ridiculously short. *) The presenter speaks very slowly and sometimes with annoying too long pauses. Makes me feel like I'm losing time. Also, he speaks as if educating people in elementary school or a retirement home. I don't think that's your primary audience. *) Seems unprofessional that you use 12 year old software (Excel 2007) for demonstration in this course. And even spend half the time talking about Excel 2003 (at least in the introduction section). If I'm not wrong at least Excel 2013 is used in most of your other courses. That's just form spending 15 minutes on the VBA course. Also, I think it would benefit you if you included text field questions asking to comment the course in the surveys that have to be completed at the end of each course. I'm pretty sure most people has at least something to add about how to improve the courses, but not everyone wants to write these formal reviews, with no anonymity that you personally answer to afterwards.
This is my first time programming in VBA. I found the introductions and course material very good and learned a lot from the hands-on examples.
I have not seen any other courses on VBA with financial modeling before - super interesting to understand how you use VBA in your Excel model.
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