What You’ll Learn:
- Why use a macro? Two powerful reasons you'll be a macro user from now on
- Record a macro in 5 simple steps
- How to develop your very own personal macro file to help keep you macros organized
- Automate your worksheets and kick into instant-replay mode
- How do you know when to use Excel macro language and when Visual Basic® is the more appropriate tool?
- Create a macro toolbar customized with the shortcuts you use most often
- How to create interactive macros
- Create a new macro with the Visual Basic Editor
- Learn how to debug a macro with the Step feature
Your Trainer: Dennis Taylor
Some might call Dennis Taylor a geek. After all, he’s been working with computers practically from the onset of the computer age. There’s
no doubt he knows his stuff. In fact, he literally wrote the book on many programs. An author of seven spreadsheet how-to books, including the popular Teach Yourself Microsoft Excel 2000,
and a prolific writer/presenter of more than 50 software training videos, Dennis is one of the most respected Excel experts in the industry. But, that’s where his being a geek ends and
where his exceptional skills as a trainer take over.
Dennis has an extraordinary gift for making the difficult understandable and for helping ordinary businesspeople grasp the amazing things that can be accomplished with Excel. Whenever he speaks, he is
complimented on his meticulous attention to detail, his pleasing delivery, and his patience with those who are less computer savvy.
He’s sure to impress you on this Mastering Microsoft Excel Macros training program with the wealth of information, skills, and techniques you can learn in a short time. Building
custom macros … working with data more easily … and automating tasks are just a few of the time-saving “blessings” that you’ll learn. Treat yourself (and your co-workers
who use Excel) and spend an hour with Dennis. Then kiss your Excel macro problems good-bye forever!
Mastering Microsoft® Excel® Macros is an independent program and is not affiliated with, nor has it been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft
Corporation. Microsoft and Excel are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.