Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Courses
Instructor-led Classroom and Virtual Classroom Training
Microsoft Office VBA Training Series
Avantix Learning offers VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) courses for non-programmers. Our current courses are available for 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019 and 365.
Learn keyboard shortcuts, quick tips and tricks while learning to program using VBA even if you have never programmed before.
You can attend a public course at our Toronto location or arrange a custom course at your site or ours as instructor-led classroom (ILC) or, for remote users, as virtual classroom (VC) courses.
Contact us to discuss any of our custom options.
Check out our blog for more tips, tricks and shortcuts.
Click the courses below to view the course outline and course fees.
Microsoft Access VBA
Microsoft Excel VBA
Microsoft PowerPoint VBA
Microsoft Project VBA
Microsoft Word VBA
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