Free Excel Workshop

The 7 Steps to Getting Started with Macros & VBA

This Online Workshop is Happening:

December 9th-14th

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During this Free Online Workshop You Will Learn:

How we can use VBA macros in Excel to automate repetitive Excel tasks and save a TON of time with our job.

If you have ever had any of the following questions about macros in Excel, then this free training is for you!

  • What is a macro?
  • What is VBA?
  • What do the dots between the words mean?
  • What order does the macro run in?
  • Why should I learn VBA and how will it benefit me?

We will write our first macro and step through the code.

My simple explanation of the VBA coding language and Excel Object Model will help you gain a better understanding of how to automate Excel.

See how to use and go beyond the macro recorder.

Learn the most powerful and useful Loop in VBA to automate boring tasks.

Presented by


Jon Acampora, Microsoft Excel MVP

Hi, my name is Jon Acampora and I have helped millions of people just like you learn about Excel & VBA through the Excel Campus blog & YouTube channel. I have also developed several automated systems and add-ins with VBA, to help Excel users work more efficiently. My goal is to help you learn these skills so you can save a ton of time with your job and advance in your career.

What Others Are Saying...

"Jon – I cannot tell you how much I got out of that Webinar. I have been using Macros for quite a while, usually by recording them but my biggest challenge in that area has always been when something goes wrong (a column gets added or deleted, etc.) and it blows up on me. I now will be able to debug them myself and not have to start over again. What a huge time saver.  

I’m also excited to take a look at the code as I record a couple and get more used to the terms and actions. Great, great Webinar. Thank you so much! " - Pam H.  


"Many thanks for a first-class tutorial webinar. It was very clear, and paced at just the right speed (for me, anyway)." - David B.