Unlock Excel VBA and Excel Macros

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Automate Complex Tasks with Microsoft Excel VBA & Excel Macros (Real-World Projects included)

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Leila Gharani

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r/Udemy • comment
2 points • gordonv

This one isn't the cheapest, but it seems to be the most popular.

From the ratings, I think spending the extra $9 is worth it.

r/excel • comment
1 points • capjam2020

I am currently taking this class. so far so good. not expensive. https://www.udemy.com/course/excel-vba-and-macros-course/

r/excel • comment
1 points • QuezXLV

Udemy.com has some good online courses (https://www.udemy.com/course/excel-vba-and-macros-course/) for a very modest price.

r/AskMenOver30 • comment
1 points • Tyrion_toadstool

I'm a huge believer in Udemy courses. It's like being in a really good lecture/lab, except you can pause, rewind, or just step away and come back when it's convenient. I used this course to get pretty deep into VBA (the language you use to write macros in Excel). I can't recommend the course or instructor enough.

She has courses that focus more on formulas, too. That said, once I started learning VBA I stopped using formulas almost entirely except where it was more practical. I enjoyed learning VBA so much that I changed careers entirely from a mechanical engineer doing systems engineering to web development.

r/vba • comment
1 points • Cold_Signal
r/financestudents • comment
1 points • nickseattle

I don’t know R , or very much python for that matter but from what I’ve seen they are completely different - similar processes but completely different syntax’s. Though R seems the higher learning curve of the 2 , so python may be somewhat easier.

DataCamp has a great set of courses for Python, but udemy probably works fine for most cases.

A great, and free, initial step to learn VBA is https://www.automateexcel.com/vba-tutorials/

This course is good too