- Price: $170.50
Microsoft Word 2003 - Visual Basic Application has been designed for those who wish to understand Visual Basic for Word 2000 and how to use it to create automated templates.
Upon completion of this course the participant will be able to:
- Define the purpose of a macro
- Understand the Terminology used when working with VBA
- Create a template and attach objects to the template, such as MAcros and AutoText Entries
- Open and identify screen components of the VBA IDE
- Add and modify code;
- Create and automate user Forms;
- Understand the use of Decision structures and loops
- Use IF statements
- Use Loops.
What is a Virtual Online Classroom?
The Virtual online classroom is a new innovative classroom available with just a simple Internet connection.
You will learn at the comfort of your desk with the experience and value of interacting with others.
The virtual classroom is a real-time, web-based classroom environment for distant learning. The live classroom adds live discussion and dynamic interaction to your training.
It engages students, promotes active learning and improves performance. The live classroom eliminates expensive, inconvenient travel and teleconferencing - while maintaining the effectiveness of face-to-face meeting and training.
Training is conducted by professional trainers, using hands on exercises and user practise to consolidate concepts.
One on One training $99
Participants must have attended an Advanced Word course or have an extensive amount of experience using Word.
- What is a Macro
- Where are Macros Stored
- What are Templates
- Naming a Macro
- Recording Macros
- Assigning a shortcut key to a Macro
The Visual Basic Editor
- Examining Macro Code
- The Visual Basic Editor
- VBA Code
Using Macros to Automate Templates
- Using Macros in conjunction with Templates
- Inserting Bookmarks
- The AutoNew Macro
- Editing a Macro
- Adding Remarks
- Using InputBoxes
- Problem Solving Code
- Creating an Automated Standard Letter
- Creating a User Form
- Identify different Form Controls
- Defining Form Control Properties
- Using Command Buttons
- Using ComboBoxes
Decision Structures and Loops
- Define a Decision Structures
- Understand Decision Structures
- Use an If Then Else Statement
- Define a Loop
- Use a simple Loop