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A macro is a collection of commands that you can apply with a single click. They can automate almost anything you can do in the program you’re using and even enable you to do things you might not have known were possible. Macros are programming, but you do not need to be a developer or even have programming knowledge to use them. Most macros you can create in the Office programs are written in a language called Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications, usually referred to as VBA.
1) Create & Record a Macro: Learn to create and record a Macro as a first step towards learning Macros programming.
2) Macro Security: Setting up your macro security settings correctly is essential to protect yourself against potential viruses.
3) Visual Basic Editor: Learn how to launch the Visual Basic Editor and get the best configuration of the Project Explorer and the Code Window in your Excel Version.
4) Macro Comments: Add macro comments to your Excel VBA code and your code will be easier to read as program size increases.
5) Macro Errors: Dealing with VBA-errors can be quite a challenge. This chapter provides you with a simple tip to deal with these errors.
6) Debug Macros: Before you execute your VBA-code you can first debug your macro. This way most of the errors can be corrected before you execute your code.
7) Objects, Properties and Methods: In this chapter you will learn more about Excel VBA objects.
8) Workbook and Worksheet: In this chapter you will learn more about the Excel VBA Workbook and Excel VBA Worksheet object.
9) Application Object: The mother of all objects is Excel itself. We call it the Application object.
10) Variables: Excel VBA uses variables just like any other programming language.
11) String Manipulation: There are many functions in Excel VBA we can use to manipulate strings.
12) Calculate: Calculate with Excel VBA and add, subtract, multiply and divide values just like you want.
13) If Then Statement: In many situations you only want Excel VBA to execute certain code lines for a specific condition is met.
14) Cells: Instead of the more common Range object we could also use Cells. Using Cells is particularly useful when we want to loop through ranges.
15) Loop: Looping is one of the most powerful programming techniques.
16) Logical Operators: Do you want to execute code in Excel Visual Basic when more conditions are met? Or just one? Or none?
17) Range & Events : The Range object which is the representation of a cell (or cells) on your
18) Array: An Excel VBA array is a group of variables.
19) Function and Sub: The difference between a function and a sub in Excel VBA is that a function can return a value and a sub cannot.
20) Textbox, List Box, Combobox, Checkbox, Msgbox