The Ultimate Excel Programmer Course
$139.99 Track price
Teach Excel to Do Your Work FOR YOU. . .
Microsoft Office is everywhere, installed on over 750 million computers, but most users only know how to set up a basic table or maybe even do a few formulas here and there.
In my course, I teach you how to take Excel by the horns and make it do whatever you want, whenever you want. It can go through loads of information and create a printable report for you. You can make custom forms so that you can access, analyze, edit, or add new information quickly to your data tables/ worksheets.
Excel programming utilizes a simple but effective tool called VBA – the hidden programming language that runs quietly in the background while you work. It s very easy and straight–forward to use.
I’ll show you the easiest tricks to learn this basic language in a fun, progressive method. Learn at your own pace. With each of my short, info–packed lectures, you’ll learn another essential skill that you can immediately use. You’ll find yourself handling these Automation tools instantly and in any spreadsheet you already use every day. If there’s one thing I’m good at – and my students are good at – it’s AUTOMATION.
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Ben Gove –
Really easy to use and informative so far
Donna Rose –
I really appreciate the granular approach to the content. Short, to the point lectures on a particular topic. These are easy to grasp and I feel that I’m building a skill set brick by brick.
Sachin Sadhashiv –
Vivek Baluvaneralu Ramachandraiah –
Good learning experience, thank you so much.
Gary Pircher –
Simple to understand and replicate. Begins building a sound foundation that can be put to immediate use.
Cee Cee L –
Mohammed Salah Uddin –
its really understandable and useful to beginners
Lalitha N –
Jason Kies –
Audio quality is distractingly bad.
Yaniv Sharabani –
Till now I am very happy with this course
Alex Bolovschak –
Yes, it assumes I know nothing, which is pretty accurate.
Ian Rathbone –
Gina Schoch –
Dan is AWESOME!
Guillermo Martinez –
Excellent, easy and slow step by step explanation
Talat Riaz –
Simple to follow and really well explained.
I’m an accountant and just want to be able to add value to my company by not performing as many manual ‘commands’
Claudia Magdalena Ayala –
Great so far!
Good diction of the lecturer, easy to understand the course
Chlo Chlo –
So far so good, Dan is awesome.
Praveen Sahani –
screen not clear
Rebecca Carra –
do do much of this at work but its always good to know.
Alvin Kalideen –
Yes perfect so far
Eric Showalter –
its a little fast so far
Sammy Pan –
The syntax of the VBA is not explained. E.g. what does sub do why do you write it in the beginning
Alan Sawyer –
Level a little lower than expected and think best practices should be demonstrated a little more for example declarations and why. Would be good to use modules to expose additional functionality and not just MsgBox to gain greater clarity or possible application moving forward
Tom Palma –
I am working on a MacBook Air and Office 365. The shortcut tips are PC based and don’t work on the Mac. The excel program looks different from the one in the video
Chris Ward –
Very well done course. Great content and explained in depth.
Doret Kruger –
I am totally new to macros, but content is very helpful.
Richard Gillott –
So far great content and instruction
Athmanathan Balakrishnan –
Good course to learn about VBA. This course will give you the head start that anyone would need to work in VBA. However, you have to get your hands dirty and learn more on your own to excel in VBA
Kathy Thurman –
So far, the course is exactly as described. Very knowledgeable instructor!
Aanand P –
Excellent coaching and east to understand
Andrija Vrcan –
I’m in Excel and VBA more then 20 years and I want to find some new.
Luis Sanchez Martinez –
Excellent course about Visual basic . This is what I was looking for…it is great
Very good introduction so far
Low Key Nerd –
Pretty cool so far.
Laxman Kumar –
indeed very good match..good for beginners so far.
Mark Fenstermann –
So far I know the content but it is good to see it presented in a structured manner.
Andy Stockwell –
Good information for VBA. The lessons are a little out of order and there is some continuity issues with the update to the course. These can be worked around though.
Mehrdad Moharrer –
It was a good match
Michael Barron –
so far it seems easy. i didn’t realize there was this much to excel
Herbert Sweeney –
Yes, have some experience but it’s always good to start with a review.
Judit Roman –
Easy to follow