Introduction to Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)

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In this introductory Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) training course, you will learn how to manipulate objects in Word, Access and Excel with VBA. Specifically, you will learn how to use the Visual Basic editor, work with the object model, create and use variables, and use the selection structure.

Each lesson of the class begins with a general overview of a feature and then shows how that feature works in each of the Office applications.

Goals
  1. Understand how the Visual Basic editor works in different Microsoft Office applications.
  2. Learn to work with the VBA object model.
  3. Learn to work with VBA object variables.
  4. Learn to work with string variables.
  5. Learn to work with date variables.
  6. Learn to work with numeric variables.
  7. Learn to use the selection structure.
Outline
  1. Introducing the Visual Basic Editor
    1. Using the Visual Basic Editor
    2. Using the Visual Basic Editor in Excel
    3. Using the Visual Basic Editor in Word
    4. Using the Visual Basic Editor in Access
  2. Working with the Object Model
    1. Using the Object Model
    2. Using the Object Model in Excel
    3. Using the Object Model in Word
    4. Using the Object Model in Access
  3. Working with the object variables
    1. Using object variables
    2. Creating and using object variables in Excel
    3. Creating and using object variables in Word
    4. Creating and using object variables in Access
  4. Working with string variables
    1. Using string variables
    2. Using string variables in Excel
    3. Using string variables in Word
    4. Using string variables in Access
  5. Working with date variables
    1. Discussing date variables
    2. Using date variables in Excel
    3. Using date variables in Word
    4. Using date variables in Access
  6. Working with numeric variables
    1. Discussing numeric variables
    2. Using numeric variables in Excel
    3. Using numeric variables in Word
    4. Using numeric variables in Access
  7. Using the selection structure
    1. Discussing the selection structure
    2. Using the selection structure in Excel
    3. Using the selection structure in Word
    4. Using the selection structure in Access
Class Materials

Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.

Class Prerequisites

Experience in the following is required for this VBA class:

  • Expertise in Microsoft Word, Excel and Access
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What people say about our training

This is a great class for anyone who wants to get familiar with VBA and start using it at work.
Ausra Speer
Vanderbilt University
I have been trying to teach myself VBA for a while and this class really filled in the blanks in my knowledge.
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This won my confidence in on-line (interactive) training. The instructor was knowledgeable and very engaging. I will be back with others.
Alfred Harrison
Howrey LLP
Best on-line training class I have ever attended.
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