5 things you should know about VBA Classes + a Demo Lesson

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I have been very busy with VBA Classes background work. Today, I want to quickly share a few things about the upcoming VBA Classes.

I have been running online training programs since Jan, 2010. I have trained more than 900 students till date. Still, whenever I am launching a new program, I could feel that familiar sense of eagerness, tension and tremendous enthusiasm building up. I feel eager because I want to meet you, teach you and learn from you. I feel tensed because I want to do it right. I feel enthusiastic because these training programs give me a lot of new ideas and open-up new possibilities.

1. Can we learn about Excel Dashboards too?

Of course yes. After receiving at least a dozen emails, I am now adding a 4th option to VBA Classes. You can get everything in Excel School + Dashboard Lessons apart from VBA Classes – all in one place. I think this is a great value for money as you will get 50 hours of lessons + at least 75 workbooks with lots of examples, tips & ideas.

Please look at the below table to understand various VBA School options:

2. How much Excel (and VBA) should I know to join this course?

This program is not aimed at Excel Newbies. But if you know what a spreadsheet is, can create a simple formula and chart without choking yourself, then you are a good candidate for this course.

If you do not know much about Excel (ie not familiar with concepts like conditional formatting, pivot tables, charts, formulas beyond SUM & AVERAGE…) then you should consider joining VBA Classes along with Excel School. This way, you can learn various Excel Topics before plunging in to VBA.

3. What if I get busy after joining and could not attend a week or two?

No problemo!

Every week, we will be posting new lessons to the classroom area. You can visit the online classroom once a week (or two) and finish the lessons. If you are away for a few weeks, you can always catch-up. Moreover, you can also download the lesson videos and watch them at leisure.

4. Any Discounts for my team?

Yes, you can get 25% discount if you enroll 3 or more people in to the program. During checkout, enter the quantity to get the discount applied automatically.

5. Can I pay by Bank transfer or in Indian Rupee?

Yes. Send me an email at chandoo.d @ gmail.com and I will give you my bank account details.

Also, We have special pricing for you if you chose to pay in Indian Rupee (this is because, I get to save on Credit Card processing charges & other commissions). Refer to the table in (1) to know how much to pay.

Just visit http://chandoo.org/wp/vba-classes/inr-pricing/ (after 8th May) or drop me an email for details about my bank account details.

A Demo Lesson:

Well, this not entirely a demo lesson, more like a VBA Example that I created to answer a question one of the blog reader’s asked. In this 4 minute video, you can learn how to write a simple 1 line macro to change date format of selecte cell(s).

See it below (or here)

Doubts or Questions about VBA Classes?

Please send me an email at chandoo.d@gmail.com or call me at +1 206 792 9480 +91 814 262 1090. I will be glad to help you out.

Remember: Our VBA Class‘ first batch registrations open on Monday – 9th of May.


Hello Awesome...

My name is Chandoo. Thanks for dropping by. My mission is to make you awesome in Excel & your work. I live in Wellington, New Zealand. When I am not F9ing my formulas, I cycle, cook or play lego with my kids. Know more about me.

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6 Responses to “5 things you should know about VBA Classes + a Demo Lesson”

  1. dan l says:

    How many total hours of training?

  2. SAUL says:


  3. Chandoo says:

    @Dan l... About 18 hours, but we may expand or shrink during the course depending on what students want.

    @Saul.. yes, we will be using Excel 2007 for the lessons.

  4. Fred says:

    Thanks, Chandoo!

    What's your advice on using the "Crtl"+"Key"? I normally don't use the short cut key because I don't want to over-write existing one provided by Excel. For instance, we use crtl+c and crtl+v all the time so picking Crtl+c or v would not be an ideal way. But given my limited knowledge in Excel, which short cut keys are currently blank on Excel that we can use?

  5. Ninad Pradhan says:

    Subscribed and waiting for May 23

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