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  • 3 Magic Words for Excel Macro | Vba Code to - Google Search
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    It will teach you to code without coding knowledge with 3 Magic words.
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Comments • 15

  • dharmendra yadav
    dharmendra yadav 3 months ago

    Nice video

  • Akhil Anu
    Akhil Anu Year ago

    Hi, Can you please say how you getting that curser red color, while you saying about something it was highlighting with red color.

  • muntaquir hasnain
    muntaquir hasnain Year ago +1

    Great thanks ...keep going

  • Mor Haliva
    Mor Haliva Year ago

    Very useful !!

  • Jhan Zeb Khan
    Jhan Zeb Khan 2 years ago

    Very informative keep the good work carry on

  • Sultana Fariza
    Sultana Fariza 3 years ago

    Thank you for your lessons. It is so helpful!

    • Yoda Learning Official
      Yoda Learning Official  3 years ago

      +Sultana Fariza Welcome, you can watch more video tutorials on excel vba on at www.yodalearning.com/courses/excel-vba-a-practical-approach

  • Kishore Patro
    Kishore Patro 3 years ago

    How to use the macro i have created in one excel sheet in another excel sheet..?
    it will be difficult, if we need to create macro every time.
    please reply me.

    Thank u

    • Yoda Learning Official
      Yoda Learning Official  3 years ago

      +Kishore Patro you can watch video tutorials on excel vba on at www.yodalearning.com/courses/excel-vba-a-practical-approach

    • Yoda Learning Official
      Yoda Learning Official  3 years ago

      +Kishore Patro
      Watch this video to learn to edit and more
      ru-clip.net/video/0UeB8GWeNvA/video.html

  • Brian Canes
    Brian Canes 3 years ago +2

    Instead of adding and deleting a dummy macro, click the Developer>Visual Basis and right click over anywhere in your project in the list and choose Insert>Module.
    Regards
    Brian