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Learning VBA without it being a total snoozefest.
So, I want to learn VBA. At my current job, I feel that we're leaving some capabilities on the table by not using VBA. Additionally, I've heard it's useful for the career I'm looking to transition into.
That said, every time I've gone to learn, I just find myself linked to these text-only pages that are really flipping boring. I had good luck getting started with Python using Coursera. I got the basics down and now me and Google can figure out the rest.
I guess the question is: Does anyone know a good resource for learning VBA that is interesting and geared towards people who have done at least some coding before?