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You will find on this website an introduction to each of the 33 lessons of the
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All the Lessons

Lesson 1: Visual Basic Editor (VBE) in Excel, Lesson 2: The Project Window in the Visual Basic Editor of Excel, Lesson 3: The Properties  Window in the Visual Basic Editor of Excel, Lesson 4: The Code  Window in the Visual Basic Editor of Excel, Lesson 5: Developing Macros in the VBE, Lesson 6: Testing  Macros in the VBE, Lesson 7: Excel Macro Recorder, Lesson 8: Macros Help and Assistance, Lesson 9: VBA Excel Events, Lesson 10: VBA Security and Protection, Lesson 11: VBA Coding Tips, Lesson 12: Managing VBA Coding Errors, Lesson 13: VBA Code for  the Application, Lesson 14: VBA Code fo the Workbooks, Lesson 15: VBA Code for the Worksheets, Lesson 16: VBA Code for Cells and Ranges, Lesson 17: WVBA Code for Message and Input Boxes, Lesson 18: VBA Code for Databases, Lesson 19: VBA Code for Variables, Lesson 20: VBA Code for Statements, Lesson 21: WVBA Code for Functions, Lesson 22: VBA Code and SQL, Lesson 23: WVBA Code for other Purposes, Lesson 24: Forms (Userforms) in VBA for Excel, Lesson 25: Userforms Properties and VBA Code, Lesson 26: Properties and VBA code for Command Buttons, Lesson 27: Properties and VBA code for Labels, Lesson 28: Properties and VBA code for Text Boxes, Lesson 29: Properties and VBA code for Combo Boxes, Lesson 30: Properties and VBA code for List Boxes, Lesson 31: Properties and VBA code for Check Boxes, Option Buttons and Frames, Lesson 32: Properties and VBA code for Spin Buttons, Lesson 33: Excel Image Controls


Excel VBA Expert

The powerful functions, functionalities and macros that people used in Excel 1997 still work in Excel 2003, 2007 and 2010. Anything new that you learn about Excel will remain useful for years to come.

What has changed about theses functions, functionalities and macros is that they work much faster with every new version of Excel.

What has changed even more is the computer on your desk. It has changed dramatically.

- Your computer is hundreds of times faster and more powerful than in 1997.

- Your computer is also connected to multiple sources of data within your enterprise.

- Your computer is connected to data sources from around the world through the Internet.

Due to these changes to Excel, your computer and its network, Excel has become limitless as a data analysis and reporting program.

Peter

 

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