VBA stands for Visual Basic for Applications, an event-driven programming language from Microsoft. It is now predominantly used with Microsoft Office applications such as MSExcel, MS-Word and MS-Access. This tutorial teaches the basics of VBA. Each of the sections contain related topics with simple and useful examples.
This reference has been prepared for the beginners to help them understand the basics of VBA. This tutorial will provide enough understanding on VBA from where you can take yourself to a higher level of expertise.
It helps techies to build customized applications and solutions to enhance the capabilities of those applications. The advantage of this facility is that you NEED NOT have visual basic installed on our PC, however, installing Office will implicitly help in achieving the purpose.
You can use VBA in all office versions, right from MS-Office 97 to MS-Office 2016 and also with any of the latest versions available. Among VBA, Excel VBA is the most popular. The advantage of using VBA is that you can build very powerful tools in MS Excel using linear programming.
You might wonder why to use VBA in Excel as MS-Excel itself provides loads of inbuilt functions. MS-Excel provides only basic inbuilt functions which might not be sufficient to perform complex calculations. Under such circumstances, VBA becomes the most obvious solution. For example, it is very hard to calculate the monthly repayment of a loan using Excel's built-in formulas. Rather, it is easy to program a VBA for such a calculation.
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