Excel VBA TutorialVBA stands for Visual Basic for Applications, and eventdriven programming language from Microsoft. It is now predominantly used with Microsoft Office applications such as MS Excel, MSWord, and MSAccess. This tutorial helps you to learn the basics of Excel VBA. Each of the sections contains related topics with simple examples. What is VBAVBA stands for Visual Basic for Applications. And eventdriven programming language from Microsoft with Microsoft Office applications such as MSExcel, MSWord, and MSAccess. VBA allows you to automate various activities in Excel such as generating reports, preparing charts & graphs, doing calculations, etc. This automation activity is also known as Macro. VBA helps to build customized applications and solutions to enhance the capabilities of these applications. The advantage of this facility is that you don't have any need to install visual basics on your desktop. And installing Office will ultimately help you to achieve the purpose. Also, you can build very powerful tools in MS Excel using linear programming. VBA can use in all office versions, from MSOffice 97 to MSOffice 2013 and with any available latest versions. Among VBA, Excel VBA is the popular one. VBA is a highlevel language. VBA is a subset of Visual Basic 6.0 BASIC stands for Beginners AllPurpose Symbolic Instruction Code. Why VBA?Some points clear to you why use VBA such as:
Application of VBAYou think why to use VBA in Excel as MSExcel itself provides loads of inbuilt functions. MSExcel provides only essential inbuilt functions that may not be sufficient to perform complex calculations. Under such circumstances, VBA becomes the most transparent solution. For example, Using Excel's builtin formulas is tough to calculate the monthly repayment of the loan. But, it's easy to program a VBA for this kind of calculations. VBA BasicsFirst, you need to know about the basics before starting or write any code. There are some basics given below: Variable: Variables are the memory locations. And to work with VBA, you will be required to declare variables. For example: Suppose (2x+ 5y), where x=1 and y=2. In this given expression, x and y are the variables or can be assigned any numbers i.e., 3 and 4, respectively. Rules for Creating Variables
Arithmetic Operators: We use the (BODMAS) rule during brackets of division, multiplication, addition, and subtraction when working with an expression which uses multiple different arithmetic operators.
Logical Operator: The concept of the logical operator is also applied when working with VBA such as.
PrerequisiteTo learn VBA, you should install MS Office, and mainly MS Excel on your computer system. AudienceOur VBA tutorial is designed for beginners to help them understand the basics of VBA. This tutorial will provide enough knowledge of VBA from where you can take yourself to a higher level of expertise. ProblemWe assure you that you will not find any issue with this VBA tutorial. But if there is any mistake, please post the problem in the contact form.
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