Hey Guy’s! Cau you tell me, What Is VBA?

VBA, which stands for Visual Basic for Applications, is a programming language developed by Microsoft — you know, the company that tries to get you to buy a new version of Windows every few years. Excel, along with the other members of Microsoft Office, includes the VBA language (at no extra charge).
In a nutshell, VBA is the tool that people like you and me use to develop programs that control Excel.
Imagine an intelligent robot that knows all about Excel. This robot can read instructions, and it can also operate Excel very fast and accurately. When you
want the robot to do something in Excel, you write up a set of robot instructions by using special codes. Then you tell the robot to follow your instructions, while you sit back and drink a glass of lemonade. That’s kind of what VBA is all about — a code language for robots. Note, however, that Excel does not come with a robot or lemonade.

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What is a Macro Code and VBA Visual Basic for Applications?

Excel Macro is a Program and VBA ( Visual Basic Applications) is a Language. In Excel, macro code is a programming code which is written in VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) language.

The idea behind using a macro code is to automate an action which you perform manually in Excel, otherwise.

For example, you can use a code to print only a particular range of cells just with a single click instead of selecting the range -> File Tab -> Print -> Print Select -> OK Button.

How to use a Macro Code in Excel

Before you use these codes, make sure you have your developer tab on your Excel ribbon to access VB editor.

Once you activate developer tab…

…you can use below steps to paste a VBA code into VB editor.

  • Go to your developer tab and click on “Visual Basic”.

On the left side in “Project Window”, right click on the name of your workbook and insert a new module.


Just paste your code into the module and close it.

Macro Code and VBA Visual Basic for Applications

Now, go to your developer tab and click on the macro button.

Macro Code and VBA Visual Basic for Applications

It will show you a window with a list of the macros you have in your file from where  you can run a macro from that list.

Macro Code and VBA Visual Basic for Applications

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Post by: Prabal Ray