Learn How To Easily Create Compound Transactions In Excel Today

Randy Austin

Randy Austin

Hello My Friends,

In this week’s amazing Part 2 of the General Ledger training we have added in Compound Journal Entries to create an incredibly powerful accounting application.

In this Part 2 of this this training you will learn

☑️ Inserting & Deleting Rows in VBA
☑️ Counting Amounts in VBA
☑️ Displaying, Positioning & Hiding Shapes via VBA
☑️ Use FIND in VBA do locate rows
☑️ ..and much, much more

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