Microsoft Office System Webcast: Tips and Tricks for Using Basic Word VBA Every Day: It's Much Easier than You Think! (Level 300)
Event ID: 1032267698
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Microsoft Word.
Audience(s): Additional Information Worker.

Ever spend time repeating the same actions in Word time and again, sure that there must be a better way? Well, there probably is! Contrary to what you might have heard, Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) doesn't have to be scary! When you know even the basics of working with Word VBA, you'll be amazed at how much you can do that you never knew was possible-and how much time you can save on things you do every day, from complex document tasks to daily updates! This webcast will introduce some core essentials of Word VBA and provide tips and tricks for using VBA as a daily productivity tool. 

Presenter: Stephanie Krieger, Document Production Expert, Arouet.net

Stephanie Krieger is a document production expert with ten years of experience as a consultant specializing in Microsoft Office documents, and the author of the recently released book "Microsoft Office Document Designer". Stephanie has helped many global companies develop enterprise solutions for their Office products and has taught hundreds of professionals and dozens of professional software trainers to build great documents by understanding the way Office applications "think." Stephanie is both a technical writer and a fiction writer, and she publishes a weblog at arouet.net-where you can find Office tips and discuss Enlightenment-era philosophers.

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