An Introduction To The Visual Basic Editor

You write Visual Basic Applications, or VBA code, required to create complex macros, using the Visual Basic Editor (VBE), acessible via all Microsoft Office applications, including Excel. Arranged in a series of windows, which you can move around with your mouse to obtain the desired development layout, the VBE contains project information. The Visual Basic Editor remembers the window locations you set up each time you open it. By default, not all windows display when you initially open the Visual Basic Editor, but you can select the windows you want to view from the View menu.

VIEW OF THE VISUAL BASIC EDITOR

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