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.
Very good course with clear examples throughout to help you develop. The online format of the course is great as it allows you to pause and work through the activities presented at your own speed.
par Jean-Baptiste C•
Great course. Concepts are presented in a clear and simple manner.
par scott d•
Wish they had another 2 or so projects quizzes to cement learning
par E.V. M•
You learn a lot here. Highly recommened. It will challenge you!
par Ponciano R•
Great course, wish it would be a little slower paced but it´s ok
par CH V J•
Excellent teaching , it had been great learning from coursera
par Aldo A S Z•
Very nice course, I learned the basics of VBA programming.
par JUNAID K B•
all was okay but could not understand some in quizzes.
par joaquim l•
Very good, I enjoy learn with this course.
par Vijayasekar R•
course a little bit difficult for learning
par Manikavelu K•
very good learning class, thankyou so
par Anurag A•
Can you put an example for booleans?
par Jose F B D P•
Try it! This course is essential
Good and relevant instruction
par Krrish C•
Great course to explore VBA
par CHIGURUPATI L N•
This course helped alot!!!
par MICKAEL H•
Tough but well explained.
par Balaram S•
good content covered
It's really useful!
par Enrique L R L•
It was very fun.
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par Humam T•
I will come back to why three stars in a bit, but first the instructor is good and the course is excellent. I learned a lot, and at some point I will take part 2. The instructor is too hard. The quizzes are, and the assignments are hard. In fact, they are so hard that it was such a turn off. I was going to cancel the course. We all had classes where the class and the teacher was so hard, that made you hate the material. Even though the instructor was good, if I were in a university setting, I would avoid the teacher. Does it sound like I am contradicting myself... I am not. I enjoyed learning what I learned. There was too much to learn (by the nature of the material). There's no need to make it harder and get us discouraged. Should have been easier to allow us some success that we can build on.
par Ron G•
I am a business/finance person. I am getting very hung up on the VBA trig function names, which are different than Excel function names [sqr(), arctan], being used in the examples. I am not getting how something works because I am not understanding the trig functions. I may have to move on to a class that is more business oriented.
The few minutes in class has shown me that I can make some of my complex spreadsheets more user friendly by creating functions to replace some lengthy formulas. I am just going to have to learn syntax in a forum that is more oriented to what I do. My goal is that the end user will only have to input the function rather than a huge formula. Thank you for sharing this vision with me.