Excel VBA is a programming language used in the macro function that automates Excel operations.
VBA is short for “Microsoft Visual Basic Applications”
In this VBA introductory series As an introduction to macro VBA which is required in practice, we will explain VBA in general from basic to application.
Beginners and beginners should read from the beginning.
Even if there are parts that you don’t understand, it is also important to move forward.
Going forward, you may be able to understand what you couldn’t understand before.
By reviewing from time to time, you should be able to realize that your understanding has progressed.
For intermediate / advanced users, please refer to the required items from the table of contents.
1.What is a macro? What is VBA?
2.First prepare to use Macro VBA
4.Where is the macro written (VBE startup)
5.VBE Set Options (Option Explicit)
6.Let’s write it anyway (Sub, End Sub)
7.To run a macro (F5)
8.What is putting a character in a cell (Range, Value)
9.How to specify cells in Range
10.Specification method other than Range (Cells, Rows, Columns)
11.How to use Range and Cells
12.Variables and data types (Dim)
13.Constants and type declaration characters (Const)
14.Character concatenation and continuation line
15.Four arithmetic operations and annotations (comments)
16.Iterative processing (For Next)
17.Iterative processing (Do Loop)
18.Get last row (End, Rows.Count)
19.General practice question 1