English, Filipino ∙ Self-paced (1 hr 13 mins)
About the Course
The major application of automation for a transactional environment or office environment is reported. In VBA, it is a computer programming language developed and owned by Microsoft. You can create macros to automate repetitive work and data processing functions in VBA.
In this course, you’ll learn about automation. You’ll also learn why we automate things and that’s because a business wants to produce more and they want to increase their productivity and at the same time, it is efficient.
- To learn about Automation, reason why we need to automate things
- To know the Excel VBA for automation
- Reason to automate things
- Automation in a Transactional Environment
- Reports generation
- Excel VBA for Automation
- Demo of a Reporting Automation using Excel VBA
- Business Impact
All interested individuals who want to learn about Automation with the use of Microsoft Excel VBA.
- Completion of recorded webinar + quiz
- Pass the 10 item multiple choice with 100% mark
- Comment your feedback to the main page of the course
90 Reviews on “Automation with MS Excel VBA”
Watching this webinar got me curious and might try learning Automation using Excel VBA. Thank you so much!
It is really an interesting topic. Hope to learn more about Excel and VBA. Thank you!
Thank you for the Learnings. Godbless
This seminar is very knowledgeable. Thank you for sharing your knowledge to everyone. This will be a big help for us students now and in the near future.
I’m really interesting to know more about Automation with MS excel VBA that will be used in my future career, Thank you.
This is really interesting. Thank you for the learnings sir.
A very informative talk and interesting topic. MS Excel is always a go to when presenting data, and knowing about VBA would save time doing some work.
I’ve already earned basic VBA in high school but this time, I leaned the concept of Automation with MS Excel VBA and its raw data that may help me in my future career.
Hi! Thank you for the talk, it was very helpful and im sure the tips and skill i learn thru this seminar will be used in my future work in the industry 🙂 super thank you and Godbless!
Very informative. Thank you for sharing your knowledge in excel and VBA.
Thank you for a great discussion regarding Automation. honestly I don’t have enough knowledge yet on MS Excel and this course helped me a lot upon fulfilling the knowledges that I need for Data Science. More power ASK LEX PH Academy!
I hope this brings value to you in terms of the programming skills necessary for Advanced Excel. Thanks
This is very informative, thankyou for sharing learnings and experience in MS excel and VBA
Thank you Christian!
A fun and challenging experienced, I gained knowledge about how to tinker with data using MS Excel. I highly advise this course to people who plan a career in Data Science this will helps you widen your gaze about data’s and start jotting notes on what the speaker(MR. Christian Ibañez) is trying to teach you. It will help you understand what he is trying to do in the Excel. All in all it was a great video, and I would like to thank ASK LEX PH ACADEMY to have this kind of courses being offer here is ASK LEX PH ACADEMY especially I would like to thank Mr. Christian Ibañez for sharing his tips and knowledge to us.
Thanks Edmar. Programming is really challenging at first but when you become good at it, the sky is the limit. Please consider exploring VBA.
Very Informative Discussion. Thank you for sharing your experience and knowledge to everyone. God bless everyone.
Thanks Karen. I hope this inspired you to explore VBA.
thank you For Learnings
I hope you enjoyed the Course Jairah.
very interesting because it saves a lot of time doing a report
I agree. Because we all know that reporting is one of the things that we regularly do, no matter what you are level in the organization.
i learned something i can apply in my work 😀 thanks!
This is a great topic.
Automation is good but the raw data should be also good.
There will be problems if the raw file has an error.
Thanks Gilbert!. That is why standardization should always comes first become automation.