Master Microsoft Excel Macros and VBA with 6 Simple Projects

Kyle Pew, Microsoft Certified Trainer

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40 Lessons (2h 38m)
    • 1. Welcome to the Course

      4:06
    • 2. Understanding the Why and How Behind Excel Macros

      3:17
    • 3. Introduction to Project #1: Inserting and Formatting Text

      1:38
    • 4. Project #1: Start Recording!

      7:12
    • 5. Project #1: Running a Macro with a Button

      2:11
    • 6. Project #1: Opps! I Need to Edit My Macro

      4:02
    • 7. Project #1: Practical Uses of Excel Macros

      2:16
    • 8. Excel VBA Concepts

      0:30
    • 9. The Visual Basic Editor

      2:06
    • 10. Excel VBA Modules

      1:14
    • 11. Creating Excel VBA Procedures

      2:04
    • 12. Understanding Excel VBA Variables

      5:14
    • 13. Working with Excel VBA Loops to Repeat Blocks of Code

      4:09
    • 14. Building Logic with an IF Statement

      2:38
    • 15. Project #2: Intro to Interacting with the User

      2:41
    • 16. Project #2: Breaking Down the VBA Code

      3:04
    • 17. Project #2: Prompting the User for Information

      5:33
    • 18. Project #2: Alerting the User of Errors

      7:03
    • 19. Project #2: Other Practical Uses of Messages Boxes and Input Boxes

      3:17
    • 20. Project #3: Intro to Cleaning and Formatting Data

      2:58
    • 21. Project #3: Using the Macro Recorder to Lay the Foundation

      1:53
    • 22. Project #3: Preparing to Use to the Macro Recorder

      2:27
    • 23. Project #3: Inserting Headers

      2:39
    • 24. Project #3: Formatting Headers

      5:05
    • 25. Project #3: Putting it All Together with a Little VBA Magic

      9:52
    • 26. Project #4: Automate Microsoft Excel Formulas

      2:22
    • 27. Project #4: Automate the SUM Function through Code

      9:28
    • 28. Project #4: Loop the SUM Function Over Multiple Worksheets

      5:54
    • 29. Project #5: Creating the Final Report

      2:55
    • 30. Project #5: Putting it all Togehter to Create the Final Report

      9:55
    • 31. Project #6: Working with Excel VBA Forms

      3:13
    • 32. Project #6: Creating an Excel VBA Form

      2:47
    • 33. Project #6: Adding Controls to the Form

      2:41
    • 34. Project #6: Changing Control and Form Properties

      4:54
    • 35. Project #6: Adding VBA Code to the Intialize Event

      7:24
    • 36. Project #6: Adding VBA Code to the ComboBox Change Event

      4:18
    • 37. Project #6: Adding VBA Code to the Add Worksheet Button

      6:13
    • 38. Project #6: Adding VBA Code to the Create Report Button

      2:02
    • 39. Project #6: Showing the Form

      3:26
    • 40. Congratulations

      1:02

Project Description

6 Simple Excel Macro and VBA Project to Master

As you engage and participate in this course, you will be introduced to the wonders of creating simple Macros through the Macro Recorder and then quickly take you into the world of Excel VBA where you will experience building a more dynamic, robust experience for yourself and your peers.

Each project contains exercise files that you can download and use to complete the assigned Excel Macro/VBA projects. The course also contains detailed instructions through the video lectures as well as a series of PDF documents that you can reference as you complete the projects.

Below are a few samples of the projects you will complete by enrolling and participating in this course.

  • Automate placing and formatting a title on a worksheet
  • Interact with the users of your Macros through Input and Message boxes in order to receive input on how a Macros should work
  • Cleaning up multiple Excel Worksheets and prepare the data to be reported on
  • Create a report based on multiple sets of data found within multiple Excel Worksheets, copying data from one Worksheet into the Master Report Worksheet
  • Automate the creation of Excel Formulas to SUM data up in your Report

Each of these projects will direct you through key Excel VBA programming concepts and direct you to identify and use best practices in creating Excel Macros.

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