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    VBA Coding

    Defining VBA and Its Uses

    VBA stands for Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is an implementation of Microsoft’s event-driven programming language, Visual Basic 6, and its associated integrated development environment (IDE).

    VBA, which stands for Visual Basic for Applications, is a programming language developed by Microsoft — you know, the company run by the richest man in the world. Excel, along with the other members of Microsoft Office 2003, includes the VBA language (at no extra charge). In a nutshell, VBA is the tool that people use to develop programs that control Excel.

    Don’t confuse VBA with VB (which stands for Visual Basic). VB is a programming language that lets you create standalone executable programs (those EXE files). Although VBA and VB have a lot in common, they are different animals.

    You’re probably aware that people use Excel for thousands of different tasks. Here are just a few examples:


    *   Keeping lists of things, such as customer names, students’ grades, or holiday gift ideas

    *  Budgeting and forecasting

    *  Analyzing scientific data

    *  Creating invoices and other forms

    *  Developing charts from datatabmark


    The list could go on and on, but you get the idea. Excel is used for a wide variety of things, and everyone reading this article has different needs and expectations regarding Excel. One thing virtually every reader has in common is the need to automate some aspect of Excel. That is what VBA is all about.


    For example, you might create a VBA program to format and print your month-end sales report. After developing and testing the program, you can execute the macro with a single command, causing Excel to automatically perform many time-consuming procedures


    Here are some common uses for VBA macros:


    *            Inserting a text string

    *            Automating a task you perform frequently

    *            Automating repetitive operations

    *            Creating a custom menu command

    *            Creating a custom command

    *            Creating a custom toolbar button

    *            Creating a simplified front end

    *            Developing new worksheet functions

    *            Creating complete, macro-driven applications

    *            Creating custom add-ins for Excel


    What Topics are Covered in VBA Classes?

    1.  Introduction to Microsoft Excel VBA
    2. Data Types, Constants and Variables
    3. Operators
    4. Subroutines and Functions
    5. Mathematical Functions
    6. Strings Handling Functions
    7. Format Functions
    8. Financial Functions
    9. Date and Time Functions
    10. Using If…Then…Else
    11. Select Case
    12. For…Next Loop
    13. Do Loop and While Wend Loop
    14. Formatting Font and Background Colour
    15. Excel VBA Objects Part 1
    16. Excel VBA Objects Part 2
    17. The Range Object
    18. The worksheet Objecct
    19. The Workbook OBject
    20. Working with Check Box and Option Button
    21. Working with List Box, Combo Box and Toggle Button
    22. Creating Charts and Graphs in Excel VBA
    23. Creating Animation in Excel VBA

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