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When you start creating a real-world Excel VBA application you are often reinventing the wheel. You are trying to build something from scratch with no idea how to do it. It can end up taking you a considerable amount of time.
If this wasn't bad enough - what you end up with may not be the polished applicatio you were hoping for.
Trying to find good Excel VBA resources can be a trial. There are tons of Excel VBA websites, books and YouTube channels. But few cover more than the basics and fewer still show how to use VBA for real-world applications.
Most people end up using Google for every line of code they write. The spend countless hours trying to fix errors and get the code to work correctly. If this is you then you are not alone.
I created the Excel VBA Webinars because I know that writing Excel VBA code can be frustrating.
Trying to do it all yourself can be difficult.
Sure, maybe you can do it. But you'll probably waste a lot of time and effort doing the wrong things.
When I started with VBA many years ago I made plenty of mistakes.
For example, I would update the values directly in the cells. I had no idea that this was a really slow way to use VBA.
I wasted countless days on an application because of the time my code took to run. I would sit waiting for it to finish so I could move onto the next task. I was blissfully unaware that there was a much faster approach.
One day when I was looking up something else I stumbled upon an article that mentioned arrays were much faster than accessing the cells each time.
Knowing this in advance would have saved me countless hours - and not only in the time it took the code to run. I also ended up having to completely rewrite the application to use the newer method.
This is the problem with most VBA resources. They do not include the practicalities of the real-world. They leave it up to the user to discover for themselves.
I created these webinars to show users how to write practical real-world VBA code with a ton of tips, tricks and secrets thrown in for good measure.
I have been running these very popular webinars for years and I have built up an archive of 40+ webinars covering all areas of Excel VBA. If you're planning to build a VBA application then I'm pretty sure I've covered the topic in a webinar.
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My webinars teach real-world VBA that I have learned from years as a software engineer and a VBA developer.
Yes. The Excel VBA Handbook Course is a separate product. It is a fully structured course that teaches how to build real-world VBA applications. It is a one time payment.
Yes. The fully documented source code is available for each webinar.
Yes. I hold a live webinar every 4 to 5 weeks and these webinars are added to the archive.
Thinking of Getting the Monthly Membership Instead of Annual?
That’s cool. Before you do, I just want to make sure you know that you can save money with Annual membership:
Access to the full webinar archive for one month.
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Think about it this way: How long have you been wanting to get to that next level? One year? Five? Even longer? Ouch.
Meanwhile, other people are very successfully using VBA. Who are they? How did they do it? What do they know that you don’t? When you’re a Webinar Archive member, you’ll find out.
So here’s the thing to ask yourself right now…How much longer do you want to keep getting the same results you’ve been getting?
Only you can answer that. If you’re ready to shake things up and gain momentum, I want to help. But YOU have to make the choice–and you can take the first step right now.