VBA and Macros Microsoft Excel 2010
Getting Results with VBA
As corporate IT departments have found themselves with long backlogs of requests, Excel users have discovered they can produce the reports needed to run their business themselves using the macro language Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). VBA enables you to achieve tremendous efficiencies in your day-today use of Excel. This is both a good and bad thing. On the good side, without waiting for resources from IT, VBA helps you figure out how to import data and produce reports in Excel. On the bad side, you are now stuck importing data and producing reports in Excel.
What Is in This Book?
You have taken the right step by purchasing this book. I can help you reduce the learning curve so that you can write your own VBA macros and put an end to the burden of generating reports manually.
|May 30, 2020
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