Jan 27, 2018
Great course! I like it goes straight to implementation and is practice-oriented. What could be improved maybe is sound quality of lectures. And maybe it would be great to have some VBA notes in pdf.
Jul 05, 2018
I'm not one to write reviews - this course is fantastic and a game changer. Prof Nuttelman is a very engaging speaker and makes what could seem a very dry topic come across as interesting, fascin
por Richard C•
Feb 19, 2019
Nice intro to the basics of VBA. The biggest problem with this introduction is that I don't know what I don't know. The course could have benefited from a discussion of how VBA is used in the workplace by enterprises, and what skills students should learn to quickly become competent. The reason that content was not presented is that Dr. Nuttelman simply does not know the answer to that question, as his background is in academia and engineering. He is working on amassing a set of case studies from students who have graduated, but it doesn't sound like a priority as the course is almost two years old and the content has not been updated with these examples.
por Yuan Li•
Feb 18, 2019
This course is very straightforward for beginners!
por Ronald Thomas Binilang•
Feb 17, 2019
If you never do VBA before, You must take this course ! amazing and its open to horizon to more capability of excel for all kind of applications.
por Jun Xiong•
Feb 16, 2019
Very good course. All things are taught in detailed and helpful!
Feb 15, 2019
Much better pacing and structure when compared to stuff on youtube.
por Guilherme Ramalho de Oliveira•
Feb 13, 2019
Practical and useful. I Recommend it for those who never used VBA before or for those trying to remember basic principles of VBA (my case).
por Lindsey Lee•
Jan 25, 2019
Anyone who wants to learn VBA must take this course.
Jan 25, 2019
por Lars Vater•
Jan 23, 2019
Great course that gave even more vba tools in my toolbox, thanks
por Matt Juszczak•
Jan 22, 2019
Great course with good examples. Would like more forums to discuss with others. Maybe a general forum that anyone can join would be nice - not dependent on which course you are on.