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Learn how to create your own Excel macros in this free training course

Have you been wanting to record your own Excel macros, but you’re not yet ready to dip your toes in the water? Maybe you want to modify macros other people have created, or you’re not sure what a macro can do for you?

If so, you may want to take this online training course on creating Excel macros. You’ll learn how to record a macro, make minor changes to it, save it to your personal macro workbook so that you can use it later in any workbook on your computer, and even assign a button so you can run it with a single mouse click.

This free course features four videos and a detailed step-by-step practice session that you can use to do the examples on your own in Excel 2010.

Hint: You really do need Excel 2010 on your computer to do the practice session; I tried it myself in Excel 2007 and, honestly, it won’t work (that’s just me, trying to save you a little exasperation).

So give the training course a spin: Save time by creating and running macros in Excel 2010

I hope it helps get you on the road to becoming a macro wiz!

— Gary Willoughby

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