Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) is the programming language originated by Microsoft. Excel, with all other applications of Microsoft Office suite 2003 and above, involves VBA language without any additional charge. Basically, it is a software enabling computer users to initiate programs controlling MS Excel.
Tip: VBA and VB both somewhat same but, totally a two different animals. VB is used to generate a standalone EXE programs.
Query #1: “I came to know about a programming language provided by Microsoft i.e., VBA. Many of my colleagues told me about this but, I do not know way to use Excel VBA macros or how to create it. Can anyone suggest me an approach to ,make VBA Macro.”
Query #2: “In my Microsoft PowerPoint application I had been working with VBA Macro. But, I have made few mistakes while implementing it. Therefore, I want to make changes to my existing code. Please someone help me out in editing VBA macro code.”
Query #3: “There are many VBA macro listed in my Excel application. Out of all these, some of them are of no use for me. I am thinking to remove VBA macros from Excel to free up the waste storage space. Is there any expert providing me guidance on the same?”
Different activities can be performed on VBA Macro code but, what all needed is proper knowledge to implement them. In following section, users are going to find steps for dealing with solution to execute those activities.
Note: These steps can be implemented in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel application.
For editing VBA macro, one needs to utilize Visual Basic Editor in following manner:
Note: In case the tab is absent then, follow below-mentioned steps:
It becomes difficult to use new feature of any application, if a person is not knowing way to utilize it. Same is the case with VBA macro in Word or any other Microsoft application. In today’s date, there are many users who are not knowing methods to create, run, edit and delete VBA macro in Excel, Word, or PowerPoint. This unawareness leads to improper use of VBA macros. Read this blog and get updated with solution to not only create and execute VBA macros but also to modify and delete them, accordingly.