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Hi, Welcome to my Excel VBA Blog. My name is Paul Kelly and I have created this blog to help you master VBA – the programming language for Excel Macros. I like to take complex VBA topics and explain them in easily understood blog posts. The posts are comprehensive and provide practical and useful VBA information and examples.

About Me

I have been a software developer for over 20 years. I have worked for the largest insurance company in the UK, was a senior software consultant for one of the biggest Car Rental Companies in the world and have built card processing systems for a number of leading financial institutions.

In recent years, a great deal of my work has been building advanced Excel applications and training Excel users to get the most from Excel Macros in very competitive environments.

I have built a number of VBA tools including an automated code generator, a formula version tracker, broken link identifier, module version control and many more.

When not writing code I like to travel around South America, try my luck at Poker and follow my favourite team in the ancient Gaelic sport of hurling. I currently reside in the Emerald Isle.

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If you wish to contact me regarding the Excel VBA Handbook or my Amazon books you can email at paul@excelmacromastery.com.

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119 comments

  1. Hey Paul,

    I have really appreciated your tutorials. Through it, I have gotten a spark for a project idea. I would like to compile a family contacts list in an Excel workbook and then make and autogenerated family tree (flowchart) based on properties of each of the contacts. So far I have just been recording macros with methods I want to use and picking them apart to write code. I would love to hear if you have any thoughts on this topic

    I am aware that there are software products available already that do this and I wanted to get your thoughts on the feasibility of this task. It would be a fun project for me and I am not eager to spend money on something right away

    Regards,

    Nick

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