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Unrated Poor Adequate Good ExcellentCourse typeFinancial modellingDelegate's nameT. N.Delegate's occupationAnalystDelegate's company nameCheniere EnergyDelegate's countryU. K.Course date30/01/2015Did the trainer encourage participation and check understanding?How much...Excel does its work on “Objects” (= parts or components of Excel). A cell is an example of an object, as is a “Range” of cells (actually they might be the most common objects you end up targeting with your macros). There are lots and lots of...We “Call” something when we start to “Run” macro “Code”. Call really means the same as run. Sometimes we call one macro from another macro. If you want to call a macro from a macro you’ll have to think about how you declare...The statement “With” followed by “End with” enables you to save yourself some typing. Often if you’re using the “Macro recorder” you will notice that it abbreviates code using these statements. Alternatively, you can include...We’ve tried to explain macro variables as well as we can. They’re little storage baskets that act as temporary store areas while your macro is running. You’ll get into the hang of it soon and find yourself creating variables all over the place...