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Why use Excel?

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1 . Microsoft Excel can be found on nearly all business computers. 2 . MS Excel comes with Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), a built-in programming language specifically designed to work with most Microsoft Office programs (Excel, Word, Access, PowerPoint), even enabling Excel to interact with these programs. 3 . Excel is a powerful desktop application that you probably already have. You and your colleagues will be familiar with it to some extent. 4 . Excel VBA applications provide an immediate return on Investment. You do not have to implement or pay for new software or for vendor support, you can usually modify the application yourself. 5 . Applications can be developed and implemented quickly and inexpensively, and are easily customised to your particular business requirements. 6 . A well-designed Excel/VBA application is robust, tamper-proof and user-proof, yet will still provide flexibility to quickly change with your needs. 7 . VBA can be used to automate repetitive and routine tasks, reducing human errors, and to create user-friendly interfaces. 8 . Excel can be used as stand-alone application containing simple databases or can be used as a flexible reporting tool to quickly analyse information from your existing desktop applications or mainframe databases. 9 . Excel is the ideal way to create stunning reports from your data programs such as any accountancy program.

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I have been working on this updated site for some time. Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond my control I have been obliged to upload it sooner than I intended. There may be some links or missing items which I am busy putting right. Thanks for understanding Roy - 08/09/2020
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Why use Excel?

On this site I will try to show you how much

Excel can do.

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If you find my aticles and examples useful, why not help maintain the site?