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Excel: A Comprehensive Beginners Guide to Learn and Execute Excel programming

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Excel: A Comprehensive Beginners Guide to Learn and Execute Excel programming

Excel: A Comprehensive Beginners Guide to Learn and Execute Excel programming by Daniel Jones
English | 6 Dec. 2017 | ISBN: 1981559027 | ASIN: B077Z95B4P | 61 Pages | AZW3 | 205.63 KB

Excel is a tool whose prevalence is only matched by how little most people actually know about it. If you use Excel on a regular basis, even it is only for seemingly basic tasks, there are likely dozens of ways you can streamline the process, saving yourself countless hours in the process. If you are interested in taking full control of Excel and unlocking its full potential, then Excel: A Comprehensive Beginners Guide to learn and Execute Excel Programming is the book you have been waiting for.

The programming language is known as Visual Basic for Applications and it operates using Visual Basic 6, a simple type of programming language, which, once you get the hang of it, can be used throughout the Microsoft Office Suite of products. Inside you will find step by step instructions that will lead you through the process of creating your very first macro before expanding on that knowledge in a wide variety of ways to ensure that you will have the tools you need to create macros that will be able to handle a wide swath of commonly used tasks. It doesn’t matter what your current familiarity with Excel is, once you master VBA, you’ll have Excel purring like a kitten.

Inside you will find
•The easiest way to access the VBA potential hiding inside all of Microsoft Office’s products
•Simple steps to associate macros with data pulled directly from Excel worksheets and cells
•Tips for utilizing an identifying a wide variety of different key variables
•Key points to consider when writing if/then statements
•Simple ways to replicate a variety of process across multiple cells or worksheets
•A variety of options when it comes to finding specific sections of data amongst complicate strings
•Common mistakes that novice VBA programmers make and how to avoid them
•Debugging and error solving tips
•And more…