Visual Basic for Applications

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Download free Visual Basic for Applications.pdf book Most courses in Excel, Word, PowerPoint or other Microsoft Office products stop just short of teaching you the highly productive things you can do with Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), the powerful language that comes free with your purchase of Microsoft Office. This session starts where the introductory classes finish and takes you to a new level of expertise — a black belt in programming the many products that incorporate VBA behind the scenes. Charles Fuhrer is going to present some basic techniques using Excel and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), including writing macros for that. After that, I’m going to show you some things you can do with Excel and give you insight into how you can do those. VBA can combine different office applications: Word and Excel together, Excel and Project together, PowerPoint and Word together. There are lots of different things you can do to get extra power. Our first speaker is Mr. Fuhrer. He was an FSA in 1977. He works for the Siegel Company, which is a national benefit-consulting firm. He’s the chief health actuary there and has been for six years. Before that, for 25 years, he was with four health companies. He’s a Society meeting speaker, usually in the health actuarial research area. He’s co-editor of the Actuarial Research Clearing House. He has been on many committees over the years. He’s joined us on the computer science section. He previously was chair of the educational research section and the health section.

Visual Basic for Applications

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