Microsoft has implemented various features in its office suite. Most of us know, how to use excel, add formulas, charts, tables, etc., but did you thought beyond these that you can yet accomplish an advanced feature, of which you are unaware.
We are tired of performing repetitive task in our daily life and would think of a better way to automate this process.
To your astonishment, here is an another tool called “VBA” to automate your Office day to day process.
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What is VBA?
Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is an implementation of Microsoft’s event-driven programming language Visual Basic 6, which was discontinued in 2008, and its associated integrated development environment (IDE). Although Visual Basic is no longer supported or updated by Microsoft, the VBA programming language was upgraded in 2010 with the introduction of Visual Basic for Applications 7 in Microsoft Office applications.
‘Visual Basic For Applications –VBA‘ … Visual Basic for Applications requires code to run within a host application such as Excel or other office applications, because it cannot run as a standalone application. In the finance industry, VBA for Excel is frequently used to create and maintain complex financial spreadsheet models.