Microsoft’s Outlook VBA Course for Beginners is Ready for Your Next Job
Microsoft is expanding its course for newbie and experienced VBA programmers to its online version, which is ready for your next job.
The new Outlook VB6 course, which will be offered on Microsoft’s Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Powerpoint platforms starting Monday, has received a huge boost from its popularity.
The course is designed for both experienced and first-time programmers who are ready to start coding their own applications, and the company says the online version is ready to be expanded to include additional courses and projects that will help prepare you for your job.
Microsoft says that the new online version will be ready for a wide range of employers, from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, and it will have a robust tutorial and learning resources to help users learn the fundamentals of VBScript.
The Microsoft Online VB 6 Course has been available for free on Microsoft.com since last November.
Microsoft says that its online versions are used by more than 1.4 million people, including nearly 600,000 VB5 users.
Microsoft also says that over 90 percent of its courses have been completed and that more than 40 percent of VBA developers have successfully completed the course.
Microsoft has been releasing a wide array of online VB tutorials over the years.
Microsoft also offers a VBA reference guide and an online course guide, both of which are available on the company’s website.