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Excel Macros and Visual Basic for Applications

Recognition Of Achievement

Do you use Excel almost every day?  Stop spending time performing the same Excel functions and processes over and over and learn how to make Excel’s features work for you.  Earn a Recognition of Achievement in Excel with Macros and VBA from Sheridan.

More information is available in the Program Description tab.

Withdrawal Policy: You will have seven (7) business days from the course start date to withdraw and receive a refund of the course fees less a $30 administration fee.

Important Note: This is not a SLATE course, you will receive login information to your email from admin@exceltrainers.ca on the course start date.

These courses are part of the Excel Macros and Visual Basic for Applications Program.

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Compulsory Course(s)

Successfully Complete Three (3) Courses

Excel Macros and VBA Level 1 - Data Input
Course Code:
APPL78385
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Excel Macros and VBA Level 2 - Data Analysis
Course Code:
APPL78386
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Excel Macros and VBA Level 3 - Formula and Functions
Course Code:
APPL78387
Fall
Yes
Winter
Yes
Spring
Yes
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Are your repetitive Excel projects taking too much time?  Learn Macro Recording best practices that generate “non-breakable” Visual Basic Applications (VBA) Code that needs little or no modification.

Learn to incorporate VBA tools that greatly simplify creation of automation projects.  VBA technology training is typically oriented to programmers.  It is not the case here.  Students focus on use of Excel Worksheet features, while Macro Recording every step. This gives immediate context for what is being taught. You’ll learn to use Excel’s VB Editor to examine generated code and if necessary, modify it.

This Worksheet-centric approach, rather than a VBA Code-centric approach, typically causes “lights to go on” regarding opportunities and methods that can be implemented on your own workplace projects.  This training is for those who are “manually processing” repetitive Excel projects.  While best suited to those not wanting to become a programmer, the training has also proven helpful to those who are more “programmer savvy”.

These courses include after-training support with bonus materials and access to Q&A Email Help, as well as Desktop Sharing (1-on-1) support as may be needed.

Take the next step to excel in your career.

Note: You’ll require your own Windows version of Microsoft Excel software (2007 or higher).