Visual Basic for Applications


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Visual Basic for Applications

(programming)
(VBA) Microsoft's common language for manipulating components of its Microsoft Office suite. It is used as the macro language for these applications and is the primary means of customising and extending them. A VBA program operates on objects representing the application and the entities it manipulates, e.g. a spreadsheet or a range of cells in Microsoft Excel.

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He also presents the basics of the Excel spreadsheet software and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macros.
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