Sep 15 2017

Excel Hint – Benefits of Integration and Automation with Microsoft’s VBA

Excel Hint – What Are The Benefits Benefits of Integration and Automation with Microsoft’s VBA

 

Excel Hint - What Are The Benefits of Integration and Automation with Microsoft's VBA

 

Chances are, if you are reading this post, you are passionate about Microsoft Excel. But with that said, are you passionate about or even aware of Microsoft Excel VBA? I ask that because there are so many Excel enthusiasts that have no idea how to write VBA, nor do they know how to benefits from the integration and automation with Microsoft’s VBA.

 

Take your Microsoft applications to the next level with the integration and automation with Microsoft’s VBA.

 

The purpose of this Excel hint is to make you more aware of Microsoft VBA (Visual Basic for Applications, often referred to as Macros), even if you are not currently interested in learning it. It is important to understand that all of the Microsoft Office applications support VBA, and that you can integrate and automate one or more of the desktop productivity applications via VBA. Take that one step further, Microsoft Excel VBA can manipulate all of the Microsoft applications, having the code in just one file, versus each of the files.

 

Why would you care? Simple, if you want to get the most our of your applications by letting them do most of the work, then VBA/Macros are required, period. When I say have your files do the work what I mean is this, VBA will manipulate all of your files, their data, their update processes, etc. You can basically build a simple push-button user-interface powered by VBA.

 

5 Examples of Taking Your Microsoft Applications to the Next Level, with the use Microsoft VBA:

  1. Integrate Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access, and Microsoft PowerPoint into a point and click application
  2. Automate Microsoft Excel via a custom user interface
  3. Use Excel as a tool to distribute monthly reports via Outlook and your company network
  4. Use Excel VBA to run the monthly updates in both the Window’s and Mac versions
  5. Automate an Excel front-end with a SQL Server back-end

 

These are just a few of the reasons to consider the benefits of integration and automation with Microsoft’s VBA. We could go on-and-on this subject, but this is supposed to be an Excel hint, so to see the full post, please visit our Excel Consultant website.

 

Is Your Organization Ready to Leverage The Power of VBA, To Integrate and Automate Your Microsoft Applications? Excel Consultant can help with VBA macros. Contact us today to find out more and schedule an appointment!

 

If your organization needs to integrate and automate one or more of your Microsoft applications, but lacks the skill to do so, we are here to assist you. Please contact us so that we may discuss how we may integration and automation with Microsoft's VBA

 
 
 

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