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Microsoft Excel Programming with VBA (3 Days) & CPD Certificate - Leeds

Classroom based CPD Accredited course with Post Course Support – All Level Introduction to Advance and beyond

Infero Training Ltd


£720 inc VAT
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Study method
3 Days, Full-time
20 CPD points / hours
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Princes Exchange
Princes Square
West Yorkshire
United Kingdom


This intensive 3 days, hands-on Excel VBA programming course is fully Accredited by CPD and helps you to gain a comprehensive, practical understanding of Visual Basic for Applications, guiding you from complete novice to advanced levels. It introduces Excel users to the process of writing and editing Macros in Excel, working with control structures, developing user forms to accept or display data, validating the data entry in user forms, and debugging and handling errors in code.

This course is suitable for anybody wanting to learn 2016, 2013, 2010 or 2007, as it covers all the aspects and differences between the versions.

Benefits of Studying Excel with Infero Training:

  • Instructor Led course in a small group for maximum knowledge retention
  • Comfortable Premises with the latest technology
  • Microsoft Official Curriculum (optional)
  • Free 12 Months Post Course Support
  • Certificate of Completion
  • CPD Points
  • Refreshments


Microsoft does not have a Visual Basic for Application (VBA) Certification, however, if you wish to pursue a Microsoft Certification there is a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification.

Upon successful completion of a Visual Basic for Application (VBA) courses, you will receive an Infero Training certificate and earn 20 CPD Points.


Course Content

Lesson 1: Getting Started

Introducing Visual Basic for Applications
Displaying the Developer Tab in the Ribbon
Recording a Macro
Saving a Macro-Enabled Workbook
Running a Macro
Editing a Macro in the Visual Basic Editor
Understanding the Development Environment
Using Visual Basic Help
Closing the Visual Basic Editor
Understanding Macro Security

Lesson 2: Working with Procedures and Functions

Understanding Modules
Creating a Standard Module
Understanding Procedures
Creating a Sub Procedure
Calling Procedures
Using the Immediate Window to Call Procedures
Creating a Function Procedure
Naming Procedures
Working with the Code Editor

Lesson 3: Understanding Objects

Understanding Objects
Navigating the Excel Object Hierarchy
Understanding Collections
Using the Object Browser
Working with Properties
Using the With Statement
Working with Methods
Creating an Event Procedure

Lesson 4: Using Expressions, Variables, and Intrinsic Functions

Understanding Expressions and Statements
Declaring Variables
Understanding Data Types
Working with Variable Scope
Using Intrinsic Functions
Understanding Constants
Using Intrinsic Constants
Using Message Boxes
Using Input Boxes
Declaring and Using Object Variables

Lesson 5: Controlling Program Execution

Understanding Control-of-Flow Structures
Working with Boolean Expressions
Using the If...End If Decision Structures
Using the Select Case...End Select Structure
Using the Do...Loop Structure
Using the For...To...Next Structure
Using the For Each...Next Structure
Guidelines for use of Control-of-Flow Structures

Lesson 6: Working with Forms and Controls

Understanding UserForms
Using the Toolbox
Working with UserForm Properties, Events, and Methods
Understanding Controls
Setting Control Properties in the Properties Window
Working with the Label Control
Working with the Text Box Control
Working with the Command Button Control
Working with the Combo Box Control
Working with the Frame Control
Working with Option Button Controls
Working with Control Appearance
Setting the Tab Order
Populating a Control
Adding Code to Controls
Launching a Form in Code

Lesson 7: Working with the PivotTable Object

Understanding PivotTables
Creating a PivotTable Using Worksheet Data
Working with the PivotTable Objects
Working with the PivotFields Collection
Assigning a Macro to the Quick Access Toolbar

Lesson 8: Debugging Code

Understanding Errors
Using Debugging Tools
Setting Breakpoints
Stepping through Code
Using Break Mode during Run mode
Determining the Value of Expressions

Lesson 9: Handling Errors

Understanding Error Handling
Understanding VBA's Error Trapping Options
Trapping Errors with the On Error Statement
Understanding the Err Object
Writing an Error-Handling Routine
Working with Inline Error Handling

Course Objectives

Upon completion of the course, you will have gained the skills necessary to apply VBA to develop macros, format worksheets, create user-interactive macros, work with multiple worksheets, and perform calculations.

Who is this course for?

This course will appeal to students looking to gain the skills necessary to apply VBA to develop macros, format worksheets, create user-interactive macros, work with multiple worksheets, and perform calculations. It may also appeal to students who already have knowledge of the basics of Excel, including how to create, edit, format, and print worksheets that include charts and sorted and filtered data.


Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Excel. Knowledge of Pivot Tables helpful but not required.

Career path

Visual Basic Developer and other related career paths.

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