If you're learninng to write VBA macros to automate what you do within Excel, for the majority of people our two-day Introduction to Excel VBA course will be perfect (it shows all the main syntax of VBA that you need to get going). However for those who want a little bit more, this intensive three-day course covers all of the introductory course together with selected topics from the advanced one (the only big thing not covered is class modules, which we think are barely worth learning for VBA). For more information on how are fast track courses work - and why they are only available as tailored courses - see these notes.
This fast-track course combines topics from the following other Wise Owl courses:
You only need a basic knowledge of Excel for this course. You'll find it easier if you have some programming experience, although this isn't essential. What you must have is a good aptitude for computers (otherwise this will be a l-o-n-g three days ...).
Dave Richardson (Crown Commercial Service)
Van Macintosh (DHU Healthcare CIC)
John McNaughton (J McNaughton Financial Services Ltd)
Rebecca King (System C / Liquid Logic)
Matthew Clarke (Xpedite GoC)
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