Classroom training course - online version also available
£750 + VAT for most venues (£895 + VAT for London)
If you already know how to create subroutines in VBA, are happy declaring variables and can write loops and conditions without a qualm, this is the course for you! Assuming a good working knowledge of Visual Basic for Applications, the advanced course shows you how to loop over collections, reference other applications, work with files in all of their manifestations, create your own classes (!) and much more. The course uses examples drawn from Excel, Access, Word and Outlook.
The contents of this course are as follows:
Delegates should have good knowledge of either Access Visual Basic, Excel Visual Basic or Word Visual Basic. To attend this course, you should already know the answers to these questions:
If you haven't attended our two-day Excel VBA introduction course or been using VBA for at least 6 months, you're likely to struggle on this course.
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Claire Mark (Sage Publishing)
Charlotte Hall (Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust)
Mark Webb (Sesame Bankhall Group)
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Here are the classroom Advanced VBA courses we have scheduled for the next 3 months:
All prices exclude VAT. If you can't see the dates you want, ask us about running onsite VBA training at your offices (we'll even provide and set up the computers).
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