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This course will help you to master Microsoft Excel in a day

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For the uninitiated, VBA, or Visual Basic for Applications, is the programming language of Excel and other Microsoft applications that lets you dramatically expand on functionalities you might already be familiar with.

Knowing how to use VBA to manipulate and master data is an incredibly valuable skill set in today’s job market, and with the Microsoft VBA Bundle, you can master it in less than ten hours of training — all for $38 AUD [$30 USD].

Dive into this duo of courses, and you’ll go from beginner to expert with VBA. First, you’ll tackle the basics, learning how to automate tasks and operations that you perform frequently in Excel. Then, you’ll move on to more advanced concepts, like creating cross-functional flowcharts, using input boxes, and modifying the Excel user interface.

Normally retailing for $179 AUD, the Microsoft VBA Bundle is on sale for $38 AUD [$30 USD], saving you more than 75 percent off.

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