If you’ve followed any of our posts, then you’ll see that we’re huge proponents of using VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) as a means of automating everyday tasks in the Office environment.
One of the most frequent forum comments/requests that we see is for how to learn VBA. Most of the advice that you’ll get starts with your most valuable free tool, which is the macro recorder. Then there are lots of online tutorials you’ll find via Bing/Google, and finally you can buy some books (John Walkenbach’s Power Programming with Excel VBA is the best). But what if you want to step up your game and actually get certified in VBA?
Well, look no further than http://www.vbaexpress.com/training/. The folks over there have done an amazing job of not only creating fantastic VBA courseware, but they offer the ability to be certified in VBA as well.
If you want to step up to your “A” game then you can use the following coupon codes to get a discount:
SP10OFFTRAINING and SP5OFFCERTIFICATION
A word of caution here though: I’ve had the pleasure of being a tech editor for some of the content and it’s not for the faint-of-heart. This is serious stuff. But you’ll without a doubt walk away being the best VBA user around. And while we’re not tax professionals, we’ll bet good odds that it’s tax deductible.