Below is a screenshot of website contact form submission by a prospective attendee (and club member) of my forthcoming 4 Hour Training titled How to Use MS Excel Visual Basic to Build Custom Commercial Software You can Sell [BASIC INTRODUCTION]
In this post I share the response I just sent to the question he ended his submission with, which read as follows:
“(Is it) really possible to write and run programs in Ms Excel environment?
My response was to send him links to 2 of my most popular pre-built commercial Excel-VB software, which I have sold to buyers in and out of Africa for YEARS.
For now, a response to your question about running programs in MS Excel. I suggest you visit the 2 links to sales pages (for 2 of my most popular products) supplied in the event Speaker Sheet I sent out (see below):
LEARN MORE: What is Excel-VB?
Preview: Microsoft Excel is a powerful tool for recording, re-organising, analysing and presenting information. By Excel VB, I refer to Excel VBA – where VBA means Visual Basic for Applications(VBA). VBA refers to the highly extensive and flexible macro programming language developed by Microsoft for use in their MS office applications – Word, Power Point, etc.
VBA is therefore different from the Standalone Visual Basic program used(by conventional programmers) for developing “standalone” or “executable” (.exe) software applications – though it borrows many of the latter’s features.
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PII 145: FREE 4 HOUR TRAINING – How to Use MS Excel Visual Basic to Build Custom Commercial Software You can Sell [BASIC INTRODUCTION]
To get details about how to attend, text YES + your name, occupation and email address to 0803 306 1263
“Everybody knows some Excel, but stop seeing Excel as an office program that everybody MASTERS and that is used to organize numbers in columns and make a few calculations. Excel is the best reporting application on the market and it is fully programmable with its own PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE within called VBA” – Pierre LeClerc , Microsoft MVP/Veteran ExcelVB Solutions Developer