VBAExpress.Com, a free Microsoft Help Forum
by, 04-14-2016 at 03:45 PM (25846 Views)
VBAExpress is a site where users can learn all about VBA (Visual Basic forApplications). This is the programming language for Microsoft Office, and is often referred to as Macros.
For example many routine orcomplex tasks in Excel can be automated with macros. A macro is a set of instructionsthe application will run. This automation eliminates tedious work and alsoremoves human error from the process. Running the macro is super easy, often as easy as pushing a button on the spreadsheet.
If you do not know how to write a macro, and if you do not want to take the time to go though the forum, or learn on your own, reach out to Christopher@VBAExpress.Com and we will have a paid consultant help you, right away.
This automation can be appliedto the other Office applications and these macros can allow for theapplications to work together and leverage the strengths each has to build aquality final product. With VBA you can fully automate and integrate all of the Microsoft Office applications into one seamless solution.
For example you may have datathat you receive in a CSV format, that data can be imported into Excel andcalculations can be done on that data. The results can then be charted orreported in a table or dashboard. You can also have that data transferred to aWord template where certain sections of the document are then populated withthis calculated data. You can then have the document converted to a PDF andeven create an email in Outlook to send out the results.
At VBA Express we have forumssetup for each Office application where users can post their questions to getthe help they need. We also have a knowledgebase full of code examples thatusers can use for their own purposes. There is no charge to post questions and the responses come pretty fast.
With all of that said, Vbaexpress.Com is a site where you can ask questions on topics that are not related to VBA, such as:
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- How to write a Union Query in Microsoft Access
- How to create tables in Microsoft Word
- How to write a Stored Procedure in SQL Server
- How to create a chart in Excel for the Apple Mac
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