Excel VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) Classes
Take your skills to the next level with comprehensive Excel VBA training. Understand how to write a macro and edit create VBA code to automate tasks and become more productive by attending a class at the Computer Education & Training Center at UMSL.
The class below is offered in the Excel 2010 version. Students with either Excel 2007 or Excel 2013 could also take this class since the three versions (Excel 2007, 2010, and 2013) are very similar.
Excel Macros Using VBA
(Prerequisites: Significant Excel experience and Intermediate Applications of Excel or equivalent experience. Students should have a solid knowledge of Excel, a strong background using conditional statements, and substantial experience working with spreadsheets before taking this class.) In this two-day class, discover the power of macros by using Visual Basic for Applications to automate your Excel applications. Visual Basic terminology, such as procedures, methods, properties, and objects, will be introduced and used to create and edit Excel macros. Understand how to modify recorded macros and write original macros using Visual Basic in order to customize your interface and create dialog boxes for input and messages. Additional topics include using control structures, such as conditionals and loops.
|Excel 2010 [Course Outline]|
|Two-Day Class Meets 8:30am-4:00pm (13 hours)|
|G5890||Mon., Feb. 2 & Tues., Feb. 3||West County||Bill Barry|
|H5290||Thurs., Apr. 9 & Fri., Apr. 10||West County||Bill Barry|
|H5396||Tues., May 26 & Wed., May 27||West County||Bill Barry|