This course introduces you to Excel macro programming using Microsoft's Visual Basic for Application (VBA). The overall focus of this course is to teach you proper Visual Basic programming techniques along with an understanding of Excel's object structure. Other topics in this course include; recording macros, programming basics, proper variable declaration, Visual Basic functions, control structure use, looping, and Userform creation. The final section deals with the debugging tools included in the Microsoft VBA editor and methods on how to effectively use them.
In this course students will work with advanced formulas and functions, as well as lookup functions. In addition, students will apply conditional formats and learn to manage them. They will learn how to import and export data, and how to query external databases. Finally, students will learn about the analytical features of Excel (such as Goal Seek and Solver).
In this course you will learn how to use multiple worksheets and workbooks efficiently. You will also learn how to create outlines and subtotals, how to create and apply cell names, and how to create and format charts. You will work with templates, collaborate in workbooks and use the drawing tools to enhance and annotate spreadsheets.
This class teaches the basic functions and features of Excel 2010. After an introduction to spreadsheet terminology and Excel's window components, you will learn how to use the Help system and navigate worksheets and workbooks. Next, you will enter and edit text, values, formulas, and pictures, and you will save workbooks in various formats. Additionally, you will move and copy data, learn about absolute and relative references, and work with ranges, rows, and columns. This course also covers simple functions, basic formatting techniques, managing large worksheets and printing
Microsoft Excel is a spreadsheet application written and distributed by Microsoft for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. It features calculation, graphing tools, pivot tables and a macro programming language called Visual Basic for Applications. It has been a very widely applied spreadsheet for these platforms, especially since version 5 in 1993. Excel forms part of Microsoft Office. The current versions are 2010 for Windows and 2011 for Mac.