As you know, Microsoft Excel is a great application that you can use to analyze your information.
Even with all of Excel's great features, & built-in tools, you might find yourself doing repetitive tasks, that take longer than they ought to.
Or the day will come when you say, "Oh, I wish there were a better way to do this!"
The nice news is that Excel, & other Microsoft Office applications, comes with Visual Basic for Applications, also called VBA, a programming language that will extend the functionality of your Office applications.
I do know that learning to program can appear daunting at first, but I will make it as simple as feasible.
With that said, VBA is a giant topic, & yes, there's lots of lectures in this coursework.
But don't try to take it in all without delay.
In case you feel like you can do one section a week, do one section a week.
In case you have time, do one section a day.
But don't stress out.
& because VBA is a giant topic, I don't go through every single thing, every method, every property, every shortcut.
What I do go over will get you from, "I don't even like taking a look at VBA", to, "I can do this!"
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